Ameglio Mério huile sur toile Le Pont Marie à Paris, Paris vers 1950
Une intéressante, belle et très décorative huile sur toile représentant Le Pont Marie dans le Paris des années 1950. Écriture intéressante de ce peintre autodidacte très apprécié.
Notre tableau signé par Mério Ameglio en bas à droite, est dans son cadre et sur toile d’origine, il est dans un bel état de conservation.
Dimension sans cadre : Largeur 54 cm - Hauteur 46 cm.
Dimension avec cadre : Largeur 68 cm - Hauteur 60 cm.
Ameglio Mério ou Mario (1897-1970).
Né le 4 octobre 1897 à San Remo (Italie). Mort le 29 juillet 1970 à Paris. Peintre italien du XXème siècle, il est actif en France.
Peinture de paysage, paysages urbains, paysages portuaires.
Il s’est formé seul à la peinture, sur la côte française de la Méditerranée ou il fut élevé. Ensuite, il a peint dans de nombreuses régions de France : la région marseillaise, la vallée de Loing, la vallée de la Seine, Chartres, et surtout des vues de Paris et de Montmartre, ou il habita de 1938 à sa mort.
Reference : Benezit.
Ameglio Mério, Oil on Canvas Le Pont Marie in Paris, Circa 1950
An excellent oil on canvas depicting The Pont Marie in Paris of the 1950s. Exciting writing of this very appreciated estimated self-made painter.
Our painting in fine condition is signed on a lower right, and it is in its original frame and on its original canvas.
Ameglio Mario, Oil on Canvas Le Pont Marie in Paris, Circa 1950.
Dimensions unframed: W 21.25 In. - H 18.11 In.
Dimensions framed: W 26.77 In. - H 23.62 In.
Ameglio Mério or Mario (1897-1970)
Italian painter but he paints in France all his life.
Merio Ameglio noted impressionist painter primarily known for his landscapes and cityscapes, seascapes and harbor views from his extensive travels throughout the Mediterranean and various regions in Europe, as well as winter scenes, mountain-scapes, historic landmarks, and famous buildings and cathedrals scenes, human genre/activity and nudes, market scenes and still lifes.
Mério Ameglio was born October 4th, 1897 in San Remo, Italy and raised in the aristocratic intimacy of the Cote d’Azure amidst the promenade and the Mediterranean Sea. After his formative years of painting along the French coast, Ameglio moved to Paris in 1938 where he continued to explore and perfect his artistic abilities. Montmartre became not only his principal residence but also the beginning of his cultural awakening. Although considered to be a self-made painter, his formal education provided in the bohemian arts area through his encounters and friendships with other famous avant-garde artists, such as; Pablo Picasso, Jacques Villon, Gino Severini, Van Dongen, and Jean-Paul Francois Galle.
Ameglio established his atelier within walking distance of the heart of Montmartre, la Butte, at 23, rue Clauzel.
Ameglio became a member of the Paris Salons and exhibited regularly there. In 1938, during the International Art Exposition, he won considerable acclaim and was awarded his first honorable mention for the painting "Cathedrale de Rouen."
In October 1969, a year before his passing, a retrospective exhibition of his work was held a year before his death at the Galerie Cambaceres in Paris.
He primarily worked in oil but worked in various other mediums as well. His work can be found in numerous private and public collections worldwide. He died at his home in Montmartre, Paris on July 29, 1970.