Antonio Papasso was a renowned Italian sculptor and painter who revitalized the traditional art form of his native country in the first half of the 20th century. He was born in the city of Verona in 1882 and was the first in his family to pursue a career in the visual arts. He is best known for his remarkable religious works, such as the Stations of the Cross, and for complex, abstract compositions which synthesized ideologies from Futurism and Cubism. Papasso's highly stylized works, often incorporating elements of machine-age technology and mechanized industry, were revolutionary in their day and can now be found in various museums and galleries around the world.
Italian Artist, Antonio Papasso, Futurism, Cubism, Abstract Composition, Religious Works, Stations of the Cross, Verona, Machine-age Technology
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