Born in Italy 13th November 1913. Guido lived and worked in Capri, Italy.
Artist Category
Landscape & Seascape
Guido Odierna (ITALIAN, 1913-1991)

 With over forty years of artistic activity, more than thirty five personal exhibitions in Rome, Milan, Turin, Genoa, Biella, Vercelli, Catania, Trieste, etc.  He was a pupil of Michael Federico, the great seascape painter.  On his palette he has caught and interpreted Capri with her fierce rocks and translucent sea, the mountains of Piemonte starkly rising into the blue sky, the golden glow of Rome, the mother of pearl hues of Venice.

Forty years of activity in the art world, over 35 personal exhibitions, a poetic painter, a life filled with experiences, Odierna was born in Southern Italy one of the principal subjects of his paintings, not of course Italy of the tourists but a place where nature, although small in dimension, offers a variety of mood.

Following in the footsteps of his teacher the great seascape painter Michele Federico, Odierna, like a good islander, loved the sea.  This great love is shown in his seascapes where the waters take on their own personalities, the waters of Italy:  Trieste, Chioggia, Venice, a kaleidoscope of impressions and sensations, expressed with inspiration and great technique.

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