Amadeo Luciano Lorenzato
Untitled, 1995
Untitled , 1991
Untitled, 1977
Untitled, 1993
Untitled, 1970
Slum, 1992
Slum, 1974
Untitled, 1974
Untitled, 1982
Untitled, 1961

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Amadeo Luciano LORENZATO

Belo Horizonte, 1 January 1900 - 1995 was an Italo-Brazilian painter and sculptor.

He is considered one of the most important personalities of the visual arts in the state of Minas Gerais.

He was a scaffold builder, a poultry farmer, a painter of walls, and a plastic artist. In 1925, he went to the Royal Academy of Art at the Olympic Gallery, in Vicenza, Italy. He started to have exhibitions in the middle of the 1960s. He also participated in the Young Room, at Minas Tênis Clube in Belo Horizonte (1965); the Third Bratislava Triennial Exhibition in Czechoslovakia (now Slovakia) in 1973; the Petit Palais Exhibition in Paris (1975); the Instinct Art and Popular Creativity Event organised by the Brazilian Ministry for Education and Culture – MEC, in Rio de Janeiro (late 1970s); the 1st Visual Arts Event of the Clóvis Salgado Foundation, in Palace of Arts, in Belo Horizonte (1984) and the Popular Art Event of the Ministry for Education and Culture, Rio de Janeiro (1984).

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