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Antonino Virduzzo (1926-1982) was born in the United States. From 1932 to 1952, he studied art in various art schools. Between 1946 and 1949, Alexandre Jolas exhibited his work at the Hugo Gallery in New York. In 1950, he supported the creation of the Stable Gallery in New York. And in 1951, he was exhibited at the Bodley Gallery.

Between 1952 and 1955, he lived in France where he opened himself to other adventures. He was exhibited at Suzanne de Koninck's gallery and participated in numerous exhibitions in France.


In 1962, he published a monograph of his engravings and was awarded the Grand Prix International de l'Estampe at the XXI Venice Biennale. He was also present at the Tokyo International Biennale.


In 1971 he held a retrospective of his work under the auspices of the President of the Italian Republic.

His works are in the collections of several museums...

Art Gallery, ARS ESSENTIA, Beaune, Bourgogne, France.

Ciboire profane
Litografia n°7 Virduzzo
Virduzzo, Ciboire profane
Litografia N°33
Virduzzo sculpture
Litografia N°32
Sculpture Virduzzo
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