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Zoe Constance RICCI, (Bucureşti 10 mai 1909 – Paris 25 mai 1992)

February 23rd, 2011 · 2 Comments · Art Exhibitions, Diaspora, OPINION, PEOPLE, Reviews

La moartea artistei Ionel Jianu scrie în „Lupta” nr. 184 din mai 1992:
Zoe Constance Ricci, Bucuresti 10 mai 1909 – Paris 25 mai 1992
Sora cu arhitectii Mihail si Tiberiu Ricci.
Studiaza pictura cu Jean Steriadi si Camil Ressu la Academia de arte frumoase din Bucuresti, devine apoi asistenta lui Steriadi.
La 8 aprilie 1962 paraseste tara si se stabileste la Paris unde continua sa picteze.
„Zoe Ricci avea o personalitate bine definita, intransigenta, voluntara, care nu admitea nici un compromis. Pictura ei nu era bazata pa armonii de soc, ci pe acorduri fine, nuantate, palide, care reflectau propria ei realitate. Zoe Ricci a fost o artista adevarata, care nu s-a bucurat de rasunetul si succesul meritat, pentru ca n-a înteles cerintele de publicitate ale societatii de consum, ci a trait în singuratate, în tacere si s-a stins ca o soapta în amurg”

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Retrospectiva Mario RICCI (Italy) Retrospective

February 17th, 2011 · 2 Comments · Art Exhibitions, Diaspora, OPINION, PEOPLE, Reviews

Retrospectiva de peisajii – Mario Ricci, Italy Retrospective of Lazio Landscapes.
Romanian-born Mario Ricci comes from a dprominent family of architects, painters and leaders of the intellectual and cultural set of the 20th century Romania.
He distinguished himself in his career as a Civil Engineer with outstanding projects in Germany and the Middle East. His works as an amateur painter is part of a family tradition which includes his late paternal aunt, Zoe Ricci and step grandfather Dimitrie STIUBEI (1901-1986), both of whom died in exile.
Early in his artistic career Mario Ricci worked in the atelier of his grandfather on large official commissions in Tulcea and elsewhere, After his move to Germany Ricci had made made many copies after great masters as a means of acquiring different artistic skills (see his copies after Monet and van Gogh, above.

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