Ricardo Cinalli

December 1992
Modern Painters;Winter92, Vol. 5 Issue 4, p95
The article describes the works by Argentinian artist Ricardo Cinalli, who is known for creating illusion in his drawings and paintings. It describes Cinalli's obsession with gigantism and his passionate interest in the human body. Information on Cinalli's educational background and his tissue paper technique is also presented. Cinalli's approach to frescos is discussed as reflected in the series of murals he made for the Londesborough reception room at the Alexandra Palace. Cinalli's home and studio in Spitalfields in London, England is also described.


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