Ezelino Briante ( Naples , 1901 – Rome , 1971 ) was an Italian painter. He was born in Naples in 1901; son of musician artists; after some irregular studies he enrolled in the Academy of Fine Arts in Naples , but after some exams, he abandoned it. He traveled to Italy and abroad (France, Switzerland, Sweden, Brazil and the United States of America) to be in contact with nature, which he loved since childhood.
His brush stroke is full-bodied, his style is whimsical, sometimes material. Hiss Italian ports are characteristic, above all Campania, and its marinas are famous, depicting Sorrento, Capri, Maiori, the Amalfi and Sorrento coast; curious are its mountain landscapes, woods, country houses; the glimpses of cities – Naples and Venice – are rare and the mountain villages even rarer. Ezelino Briante usually painted in oil on wood, on masonite, on cardboard and on canvas, he rarely used the watercolor technique. More on Ezelino Briante
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