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Born in Talsamo (Taranto province, Southern Italy) and a livornese adoptee, Antonietta Varallo approaches painting when she was just fifteen. She, for one year, attended at the Free Acade my “Trossi-Uberti” directed by Voltolino Fontani, then the maestro Luciano Torsi has been her guide up to her artistic maturity after eighteen years of teaching.
On 1976 she won the first prize “Chimera” held in the city of Arezzo (Tuscany). Nowadays
she’s still a honorary professor of the Academy of “Machiavello” in Florence as well as in the Academy “G.Marconi” in Bologna. The pictorial anthology of Antonietta Varallo is essentially and mostly determined by nature: her gardens full of flowers and the enchanted landscape of Tuscany, the triumphant moltitude of colours is the proof of “how”this artist (imaginative and highly talented) is able to surprise and evoke some unique and forgotten feelings.
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Thank you Marina for posting your thoughts on this puzzle. Have a nice Saturday evening :-)


Beautiful painting of lovely nature and feelings. The old man is tired, bitter with life and yet he is approached by a new friend..


More than welcome Isaly, HaldriAnn and HaldriAnn.
I was surprised that we didn't get any rain or wind nanapuzzler, but officially hurricane season starts in September. I hope all the states get a break this year. I'm hearing thunder claps now too.


I think they are sizing each other up. Thanks oynot for this lovely painting***
Are things drying up over there? We had one heck of a thunderstorm here last evening. A thunder clap made me jump a foot...sounded like it was in the back yard!! Lost internet for a couple of hours.

Looks like they both need a friend, but are too shy to reach out. Poignant.


I will have to check that out.....


Thanks Isaly, I posted another one Antonietta Varallo's artwork that I was requested to make a puzzle.


This is a brilliant painting. I love it. Thank you for introducing Antonietta Varallo to me.

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