The Galleria Palatino on Coronari street in Rome is hosting an exhibition dedicated to the paintings which painter Gianna Paola Cuneo has created between 1948 and 1950; a series of paintings depicting the stunning landscapes of Positano and the Amalficoast.
Gianna Paola Cuneo who made a name for herself in Chicago with a series of rather austere paintings, changed her style and attitude to art only when she returned to Italy and fell in love with the lovely town of Positano and the enchanting Amalficoast.
The exhibition will be on view until December 10th.
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