Framed giclee Deborah Revisited by Pino (1939-2010). This Italian Pino giclee is number 255/295.
About Pino Daeni
Pino Daeni was born in Bari, Italy. He trained at the Art Institute of Bari and later at Milan’s Academy of Brera. He was influenced by Pre-Raphaelites and Macchiaioli, but also experimented with Expressionism. He established himself as a successful artist with several major exhibitions throughout Europe from 1960-1979. He then immigrated to the United States in 1979, where he felt he would have more artistic freedom, exhibiting at shows in New York and Massachusetts.
Pino did his first book cover in 1980 and became the artist-in-demand for Zebra, Bantam, Harlequin, Dell and more, illustrating over 3,000 books over thirteen years. After his years of illustration work, his desire was to return to fine art. He became intrigued with the work of Soralla, Sargent, Benson and William Merrit Chase. He began exhibiting in major galleries throughout the country in 1992, including May Gallery in Scottsdale, Whiteside Gallery in Hilton Head, and Settlers West Gallery in Tucson. Pino was also recruited for private commission portraits.
His warmth and soft romanticism, together with his subtle and simple approach to the subject, are why his works are so popular. His giclees are sought after by collectors throughout the art world.
44.5″H x 36″W