Labronico group group labronico


Organized in 1920 to seek formal recognition of artists of Livorno, Italy, the original group was 15 artists including Renato Natali, John Zannacchini, Ferruccio Rontini, and Gino Romiti whose studio was the organizing meeting place. They committed to at least one group exhibition a year. A first order of business was memorializing through proper burial Mario Puccini (1869-1920) whose work had been deeply rooted in depictions of Livorno. The name "labronico' in Italian means 'livornese'. Source:; AskART biographies