Gianbecchina, having gone through the Milan experience of Corrente, from 1940 onwards, gave life to a painting characterized by a wholly original realism.

To the tragic dualism (Realism- Abstractionism), which for too many years paralyzed the evolution of Italian art after World War II, Gianbecchina responded with an interesting "third way," a real personal poetics: Lyrical Realism.

The turn of Lyrical Realism is the declination of art toward the recovery of a non-ideological real.


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