Roberto Talignani (b. 1945)

Roberto Talignani, Dove è andato Giovanni Acuto?

Dove è Andato Giovanni Acuto?
Acrylic on canvas: 50 x 50 cm
Signed
2019
£3,000

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Roberto Talignani

Dove è Andato Giovanni Acuto?

Roberto Talignani, I Cavalli di Eos

I Cavalli di Eos
Acrylic on canvas: 50 x 50 cm
Signed
2019
£3,000

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I Cavalli di Eos

Roberto Talignani, Pegaso

Pegaso
Acrylic on canvas: 50 x 50 cm
Signed verso
£3,000

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Pegaso

Roberto Talignani, 'Dal Castello Azzurro'

Dal Castello Azzurro
Acrylic on canvas: 60 x 60 cm
Signed & dated 2017
£3,500

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Dal Castello Azzurro

Roberto Talignani, 'Ex Cavallo di Troia (Restauro)'

Ex Cavallo di Troia (Restauro)
Acrylic on canvas: 100 x 100 cm
Signed
£6,500

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Roberto Talignani

Ex Cavallo di Troia (Restauro)

Roberto Talignani, 'Dal codice Atlantico'

Dal codice Atlantico
Acrylic on canvas: 60 x 60 cm
Signed & dated 2017
£3,500

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Dal codice Atlantico

Roberto Talignani, 'Nella Maniera di Leonardo II'

Nella Maniera di Leonardo II
Acrylic on canvas: 40 x 40 cm
Signed & dated 2015 verso
£2,600

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Nella Maniera di Leonardo II

Roberto Talignani, 'Nella Maniera di Leonardo-III'

Nella Maniera di Leonardo III
Acrylic on canvas: 60 x 60 cm
Signed & dated 2018
£3,500

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Nella Maniera di Leonardo III

Roberto Talignani, 'Da un Disegno di Leonardo'

Da un Disegno di Leonardo
Acrylic on canvas: 50 x 50 cm
Signed & dated 2016
£3,000

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Da un Disegno di Leonardo

Contemporary Italian artist Roberto Talignani lives and works in Parma – the city in which he was born. Talignani initially studied Stage Design at the Institute of Art in Parma and furthered his training in scenography at the Academy of Brera in Milan.

During his time in Milan Talignani took a particular interest in painting, prompting him to continue his studies at the Academy of Brera under the tutelage of Domenico Cantatore. Here Talignani met many influential artists, such as the Futurist Carlo Carrà, Piero Manzoni and Giacomo Manzù, as well as the prominent art critics Guido Ballo and Mario de Micheli.

Inspired by equestrian sculptures and paintings from Classical Greek and Italian Renaissance art, Talignani seeks beauty in these traditional models and modernises them, adorning his horses with blocks of vibrant colour and decorative motifs which he has discovered in ancient monasteries, palaces and museums.

Talignani has participated in both group and solo exhibitions throughout Italy and has exhibited alongside contemporary artists such as Mario Ceroli and Arman. John Adams Fine Art is delighted to welcome Talignani’s exciting paintings to London for the first time.

Roberto Talignani, 'Ex Cavallo di Troia (Restauro)'

Roberto Talignani, 'Gioco di Memoria'

Gioco di Memoria
Acrylic on canvas: 50 x 50 cm
Signed & dated 2017
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Roberto Talignani, 'Nella Maniera di Leonardo'

Nella Maniera di Leonardo
Acrylic on canvas: 100 x 100 cm
Signed & dated 2016
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Roberto Talignani, Restauro Baracco

Restauro Barocco
Acrylic on canvas: 50 x 60 cm
Signed & dated 2016
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Roberto Talignani, 'Estense'

Estense
Acrylic on canvas: 50 x 60 cm
Signed & dated 2016
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Roberto Talignani, 'Leonardesco II'

Leonardesco II
Acrylic on canvas: 50 x 60 cm
Signed & dated 2016
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Roberto Talignani, 'Farnesiano'

Farnesiano
Acrylic on canvas: 50 x 50 cm
Signed & dated 2015
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