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As a member of the Italian Spazialismo movement, founded by Lucio Fontana and others in the 1940s, Tancredi’s abstract painting deals with the creation of space through painted marks. Tancredi also firmly believed that he was painting artistic equivalents of events or astronomical singularities in outer space. The work of this painter owed much both to his familiarity with Peggy Guggenheim’s collection of avant-garde art (Pollock above all) and to Guggenheim’s patronage, who exhibited and sold his work.
|Original Title||Senza titolo (Composizione)|
|Medium||Oil and tempera on canvas|
|Dimensions||129.5 x 181 cm|
|Credit line||Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Venice (Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, New York)|
|Accession||76.2553 PG 166|
|Collection||Peggy Guggenheim Collection|