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Massimo Vitali, De Haan Kiss, #36, 2001

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Massimo Vitali, De Haan Kiss, #36, 2001

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Artist:

Massimo Vitali

Material:

offset color lithograph on fine art paper

Dimensions:

image size: 25.75" x 33.5"; paper size: 27.5" x 35.25"

Why We Love This

This offset lithograph comes from the artist’s “A Portfolio of Landscapes with Figures, 2001,” edition of 120. The lithograph is stamped and numbered on verso.

Why We Love This

This offset lithograph comes from the artist’s “A Portfolio of Landscapes with Figures, 2001,” edition of 120. The lithograph is stamped and numbered on verso.

About the Brand

Born in Como, Italy, in 1944, Massimo Vitali arrived on the art scene relatively late. After stints as a photojournalist and film cameraman, he finally acquired international renown in the 1990s for his large-scale photographs of Italian beaches and other public spaces showing anonymous people during their leisure time. Vitali's works have been compared to a contemporary version of landscape paintings, evocatively reinterpreted through photography.