Italian painter Angelo Savelli studied at the Accademia delle Belle Arti in Roma, graduating in 1936. He became known for abstract figurative paintings, landscapes, and cityscapes. Savelli was influenced by the Futurist circle. He married journalist Elisabeth Fischer in 1953 and emigrated to New York, where he created mostly screen-prints and monochromatic works, mostly white-on-white. After the death of his wife in 1982 Savelli he returned to Italy.
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