Luigi Polverini

Luigi Polverini (Rome 1903-1960) is a talented Roman artist who lived in the second half of the twentieth century. Despite being originally from the Capital, Luigi Polverini can be counted amongst the  follower of the prestigious Tuscan post Macchiaioli art movement. His style closely recalls the most prestigious exponents of the eminent movement of the”Macchiaioli” like Giovanni Fattori, Giuseppe de Nittis and Telemaco Signorini. They were inspired by the incredibly beautiful  Tuscan landscapes. Wonderful places like The Maremma , Torre del lago, the Versilia region,  were painted with unmistakable “post Macchiaioli” style which inspired French impressionists like Claude Monet, Camille Pizarro or Alfred Sisley. The most important  “Post Macchiaioli” painters were Plinio Lomellini, Ulvi Liegi, Angiolo e Ludovico Tommasi, Lorenzo Viani, Oscar Ghiglia.  Luigi Polverini is famous for his way in which he signed his works as you can see in the photo of his signature.