Aldo PARMIGIANI  is one of the greatest Italian painters of the last century. Born in Milan in 1935. Sensitive to art from an early age, he joined the painter Mossa as a pupil who educated him in oil painting and figure. Later he enrolled at the Cimabue Academy in Milan. He holds his first solo show at the Cornaro Castle in Asolo, an exhibition that marks the beginning of a long and prolific artistic career that leads him to exhibit also at an international level.
Painter of life, Aldo Parmigiani enhances the beauty of both the landscape and the person's figurative features, capturing their essence. In 1973, at the Il Capricorno gallery in Milan, he created an important exhibition of mixed techniques, receiving particular attention from critics. In the Lombard capital he joined the "Anselmo Bucci" independent art group, aimed at enhancing the human figure and the beauty of simple things, the first principle of his painting that remains far from fashion.
Later the author experimented with a new painting technique, combining the use of charcoal with sanguine and definitively detaching himself from the academic figure. In 1983 he realizes the first Via Crucis which is located at the Parish Church of Abbiate Guazzone. In 1984 he made his first solo show in the United States at Mogadini Galleries, Arizona.
He then created various works with a religious background such as "The Miracle of Weeping", "Madonna with Child", "Madonna Assunta" and "The Annunciation", located in various churches. In 2009 he made the second Via Crucis located at the Church of the Visitation in Tradate.
In 1966 the art historian Mario De Micheli took care of an important exhibition for him in the rooms of the Museum of Arts of Palazzo Bandera in Busto Arsizio. In 2000 Tradate (adopted city) dedicated a large retrospective of works to him ranging from 1956 to 1990, summarized in a volume edited by Silvio Locatelli.

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