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Marino Marini signed etching - Jongleurs (Acrobats)

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Directory: Archives: Fine Art: Prints: Etchings: Pre 1980: Item # 1300708

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Jongleurs (Acrobats) on a Horse by Marino Marini (Italian, 1901-1980), etching on paper, signed by artist in pencil in lower right margin, c.1951. Edition of 125. Plate size: 12.75 inches x 9.5 inches. From the portfolio 'Trente Ans d'Activite,' published by Gerald Cramer, Geneva. Marino Marini was an Italian sculptor known for his depictions of stylized horses. He attended the Accademia Di Bella Arti in Florence in 1917. His work was influenced by Etruscan art. In 1936, he moved to Switzerland and became a friend of Alberto Giacometti. In 1946, he settled permanently in Milan. His works gained greater acclaim during the 1950s and 1960s, when his art was exhibited in major galleries in New York and London. Excellent condition; (not examined out of the frame.)