A glimpse into the distinguished life and artistic practice of renowned Italian-Canadian painter Albert Chiarandini, OSA, FIAL (1915-2007). Chiarandini’s artistic practice was as diverse and variant as life itself, his works showcase an assortment of subjects, including vivid Canadian Landscapes, portraits of Yorkville Hippies, and thought-provoking political scenes. Although he painted a variety of contexts and concepts his inherent curiosity for the human condition gives a soulful and honest articulation of his subjects.
From the private collection of Luciano Pavarotti to the museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Udine, Italy. Found in the historic halls of the Universities of Toronto and Ottawa, to the many Art Galleries within Ontario, Canada. View a list of Albert Chiarandini's permanent collections.
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Books published about Albert Chiarandini.