Two paintings of Gerardo Dottori, 1884 – 1977: Lake-dawn, mixed technique on masonite, 1935,

and  John of Pian de Carpine in the court of the Great Khan, tempera on masonite, 1948.

He was a Futurist painter since 1912 and was one of the leading artists of the XIX Biennial International Art Exhibition of the

Italian "aeropainters" in Venice in 1934 as well as one of the signatories of the 1929 Futurist Aeropainting

Manifesto, signed also by Depero, Marinetti, Prampolini and others. 

He was from Perugia and unlike many Futurists spent

much time painting rural scenes

as can be also seen in my

wall paintings

section.

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