Giulio DA MILANO (Nizza, 1895 – Torino, 1990)
Giulio Da Milano was a Giacomo Grosso’s disciple and he was very close to the artists that used to patronize La Coupole de Montparnasse (from Kisling to Pascin, from Derain to Vlaminck). He is considered one of most representative exponents of the Turin’s artistic scene in the ‘30s-‘40s, close to the Gruppo dei Sei. His works can be found in the following museums:
Turin, Modern Art Gallery
Milan, Modern Art Gallery
Rome, National Modern Art Gallery
Nice, Musée des Beaux-Arts
Works by Giulio Da Milano are permanently dealt by the Pirra Art Gallery and are published in coloured monographs edited by the Gallery.