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Debora Antonello was born in 1967 in Cittadella in the province of Padua, Italy and is the daughter the celebrated Italian artist Bruno Antonello. She studied painting under Andreas Kramer at the Scuola Internazionale di Grafica in Venice. In 2001, she joined Atelier Aperto in Venice, and has continued to experiment in printing techniques under the guidance of Nicola Sene.

Antonello has exhibited widely in her native Italy as well as in Germany and Spain. She was awarded the Arte Pisanello prize for painting by the Fondazione Toniolo of Verona, who also invited her to exhibit with them. In 2006, she won the Samuele Luca study grant at Atelier Aperto and exhibited at the La Rinascente gallery in Padua under the patronage of the Assessorato alle Politiche Culturali of the city. The same year, her artist’s book, Lumen, poesia di un quadro, produced with the poet Luciano Menetto was published by the Centro Internazionale della Grafica in Venice. Antonello has since worked on a variety of graphic and literary projects in Italy and abroad.

Antonello is a member of Dialogo - a collective of 10 Paduan engravers and print makers. In 2009 she and the group represented Italy at the 6th engravers biennale in Novosibirsk in Russia. In 2008, she created the altar and lectern for the chapel of the church of Sant'Anna at Piove di Sacco (Province of Padua) and two years later, she executed a monumental painting for the apse of the same parish church.

Antonello currently teaches print making at the Istituto d’Arte di Nove in Vicenza and painting in the Padua penitentiary through the Fantalica association. She lives and works in Lupari in Italy.

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  • Private Collection, Italy
  • Pickup Location: Italy
  • Shipping Dimensions: 41.37 x 41.37 in. (105.08 x 105.08 cm.)
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