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Willy Valier

Bolzano Bozen, 1920 - Senigallia, 1968
Having completed his studies at the Academy of Fine Arts in Florence Willy Valier moved to Seis am Schlern, South Tyrol, though he remained closely connected with the Italian art scene.
In his early works he went through a fantastic-figurative phase. Around 1960 he changed to informal material images and in so doing became the main exponent of abstract painting in Tyrol.

Anselm Feuerbach Old master

Speyer (Germany), 1829 – Venice, 1880

Feuerbach trained initially at the Düsseldorf Academy, followed by stays in Munich and Antwerp. From 1851 to 1854 he studied in Paris under Thomas Couture. Together with Hans von Marées and Arnold Böcklin the Feuerbach was one of the three great “German Romans”.