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Mario Zampedroni was born in Milan (Italy) in 1945. Not thirteen years old yet, in 1958 he attended High School of Art in Milan, were he followed drawing and painting courses as a pupil of the Italian Maestro Felice Mina and distinguished himself being awarded many prizes. Until the end of 1970s he took part in painting competitions and won six times. He graduated in Graphics and advertising and studied architecture at Polytechnic in Milan. He worked as designer and executive in the furnishing industry. Today devotes all his time to painting. His abstract landscape and floral paintings are in demand and collected in Italy and abroad. This website provides a gallery with the latest works and a link to the artist’s interview and a poster gallery where to purchase exlusive prints of his abstract painting. Large historical vanguards of ‘900 have portrayed the nature and then analyze it and push the limits of informal solutions. The conceptual route Mario Zampedroni is ‘exactly the opposite: he does not ever copy from the real. His works come directly from an abstract dimension where a world of pure colors and forms are developed in his paintings are naturalistic, such as rivers, forests and fields of flowers This creative journey allows him to express a form of reality ‘natural tense unknown sequences characterized by spontaneous gestural color charges of matter, whose forms never fall into the banal description of particular but synthesize unpredictable rhythmic sequences as in a concert of Richard Wagner. The subjects of his works, though very pleasant, are merely a pretext to give vent to caught her powerful gesture ‘and to considerable coloristic compositions that are the true protagonists of his art, through which he often returns to informal painting.