Scuola romana scuola di via cavour

DEFINITION

A 20th Century art Italian art movement, primarily in Rome and focused on the painting style of Expressionism, a rebellion against prevalent Neo-Classicism. There were two phases, 1928-1945 and the mid 1950s. The initial meeting place was a studio in a palace at 325 via Cavour in Rome. Members of the group included Enrico Falqui Giuseppe Ungaretti, and Libero de Libero. Source: Wikipedia, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scuola_Romana

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