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Anna Antola

1930
Milan, Italy

5 Works exhibited on Kooness

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Works by Anna Antola

Gae Aulenti Square

1990

40 x 50cm

850,00 €

Salomè

1990

35.5 x 25cm

At Lambro Parc

1990

38 x 28cm

SOLD

Sunset

1990

37 x 28cm

400,00 €

Anna Àntola was born in Milan, in 1930. She was very attached to her hometown.

Her paint is considered naïf. It's characterized by bright colours and dreamful atmospheres fluctuate between her protagonists' unconscius (principally women) and a fairy world.

She studied at first at the Art School of Castello Sforzesco and then at Brera Accademy in Milan; during theese years she meets Masters as Domenico Cantatore e Carlo Carrà. She loves art and music since when she was young, she travelled very much to study the great past painting: Impressionism, 19th Century Masters and her true love, Pablo PIcasso.

Her women are soft and sensual, pleasent and eccentric. Anna Àntola tell their dreams, passions and wishes in a dreamful Milan, with its narrow streets, places and dreamlike glimpses.

Basic shapes and flat colours recall the 19yh century Expressionism, from Matisse to Gauguin. Intense hues and marked outline to describe a fantastic feminine universe with humor and sensuality.

Today we can find many works of her in many Italian and European museums, from Helsinki to Lisbon.