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biografía de Hugo ZACCHINI (1896-1977)

Lugar de nacimiento: Peru, South America

Lugar de defunción: Fontana, CA

Direcciones: Tampa, FL

Profesión: Painter, lecturer, teacher, writer

Estudios: Francesco Michetti in Rome, Italy

Obra: Cathedral, Alexandria, Egypt; des./arch., Temple of Music, Tampa, FL; Hertzberg Mus., San Antonio, TX

Comentarios: He was born into a touring Italian circus family, the projectile Zacchinis, human cannonballs shot out of a cannon designed by their father Ildebrando. Hugo was the most famous of his siblings and was affiliated with Ringling Brothers Barnum & Bailey Circus for many years. He stayed with the circus until he was sixty years old, using his free time to paint and study art. In Paris, he became a friend of Picasso, Dali and Monet; in Alexandria, Egypt, he decorated the Roman Catholic Cathedral. Specialty: circus and nocturnal scenes, landscapes. Position: director, Art and Nature Inst., Tampa; teacher, Chaffey College, Fontana, CA, c.1958-on.

Fuentes: WW40; info. courtesy of Joel L. Fletcher, Fletcher/Copenhaver Fine Art, Fredericksburg, VA.

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