Federica Galli was a prominent figure in the art of engraving in Italy. She passed away on the 6th February 2009 and entrusted her artistic legacy to a Foundation bearing her name. This Foundation was set up on the 17th July 2010 in Milan and it pursues the objective of safeguarding the name and work of this artist who has left her mark on the Italian art history of the last fifty years. The Board is chaired by Lorenza Salamon (old and contemporay master prints expert), who operates alongside Flavio Arensi (critic and art director), Ivana Iotta (past curator of the Civic Museum of Cremona), Franco Grechi and Alberto Galli.
Razzle Dazzle ships – The Art of WarDazzle camouflage (yes, that’s where Razzle Dazzle comes from) was used in American and British Navies during World War I and World War II. (more…)
Peter Milton – Safe distancePeter Milton is a major force in the printmaking world. Using etching and engraving techniques, Milton often spends a year or more to create his large and complex images. (more…)
Harry Clarke – too full of imaginationHarry Clarke (17 March 1889 – 6 January 1931) was an Irish stained-glass artist and book illustrator. Born in Dublin, he was a leading figure in the Irish Arts and Crafts Movement. (more…)