The painter and graphic designer Giuseppe Capogrossi had initially studied law and lived from 1927-33 in Paris, where he devoted himself to art. In 1937 he returned to Umbria, where he concentrated on painting rural and agricultural life. Later he turned towards Neocubism and Abstract Painting. Capogrossi developed his own imagery for his collages and reliefs with letter-similar characters and elements. In 1966 he worked as a teacher at the Accademia di Belle Arti in Naples. He took part in the Documenta I (1955) and II (1959).
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