An oil on wood measuring 74X63 cm (without the frame) representing a landscape of northern Italy realized in 1926 by Enrico Paulucci (1901 - 1999)
Italian painter, one of the members of the Group of Six of Turin.
Son of General Marquis Paolo Paulucci of Roncole (o Paolucci Roncole) and Amalia world, native of Montegrosso, Enrico Paulucci He moved to Turin in the wake of the family and there, he finished his classical studies, he graduated in Economics and law. During his high school years already, he showed his fondness for painting and as he attended university courses began to exhibit in local exhibitions, participating in short periods to futurism. In the years 1927-28, he began to frequent the most famous painters of the Turin region. In recent years, he became friends with Felice Casorati, and later with Lionello Venturi and Edoardo Persico. In 1928, he went to Paris, where he deepened the knowledge of French painting, Impressionism left, and became interested in the work of Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse, Raoul Dufy and Georges Braque.