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Art does not reproduce what is visible, but makes visible what is not always so.

(Paul Klee) 

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Via Monte Bianco, 2
20011 Corbetta (MI)

029 77 73 70 - 340 9257430 Lora  

Via Monte Bianco, 2
20011 Corbetta (MI)

029 77 73 70 - 340 9257430 Lora  

The activity of the printing house "Incisione Arte" was born in 1974 when the founders decided, after studying and gaining experience in workshops of renowned painters and in prestigious art galleries, to start their own business.

The activity of the printing house "Incisione Arte" was born in 1974 when the founders decided, after studying and gaining experience in workshops of renowned painters and in prestigious art galleries, to start their own business.


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Aligi Sassu

Aligi Sassu, Italian painter and sculptor, was born in Milan to a Sardinian father and an Emilian mother. At the age of nine, he moved with his family to Thiesi, in Sardinia, where he stayed for three years.
The strong-colored Sardinian landscape struck the boy, and this Mediterranean atmosphere would often return in the artist's works. The painterly taste of the eternally young painter evolves by surpassing Futurism, studying Masolino, and, in antithesis with the Twentieth Century, approaching Primitivism. He created several works featuring horses as protagonists and using very bright colors. 

Aligi Sassu - Lithograph on paper 80x60 cm

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Bengez Miljenko

Born in Zagreb. Each work explores a personal experience, a visited place, or something else. Bengez offers different perspectives on the same theme, highlighting small changes.
Color is the element that characterizes his painting and defines the composition and atmosphere.

"Art would not exist without the ability to express an idea or a concept. My work is a constant search for the best way to interpret my ideas about myself and the world around me."


Miljenko Bengez polymaterial serigraphy on paper 70x100 cm numbered and signed by the artist. Tit. "Balon"

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Giancarlo Cazzaniga

He was born in Monza. He attended the Cimabue Art Academy and thanks to his friend, journalist and art critic Aurelio Soli, he was introduced to the artistic world. He was defined as the "painter of brooms and Conero". He began to paint on his canvases the blue of the sea of ​​Portonovo, dominated by the yellow of the brooms, which are known all over the world.

Cazzaniga Giancarlo - Silkscreen print on paper 35x50 cm

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Salvatore River

He was born in Comiso and besides being a painter, he was also a sculptor, architect, writer, and set designer. He travels extensively, which allows him to gather impressions, sounds, shapes, and colors from ancient and modern cultures. He lives for many years in Canzo, where he adapts a huge former nineteenth-century spinning mill into a studio. At the age of sixteen, he wins a scholarship to the Regio Istituto per l’Illustrazione del Libro in Urbino, where he acquires a deep knowledge of printing techniques: lithography, serigraphy, etching, and woodcut. He also participates, as an author, in the creation of sketches for scenes and costumes of an opera for Teatro alla Scala. He also visits Gaugin's places in Polynesia and, as a tribute to the great French Master, donates a painting to the Gaugin Museum. In our workshop, he prints numerous poly-material screen prints with brocades brought from Polynesia.

Salvatore River silk screen on brocade 50x35 numbered and signed

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Walter Fusi

Walter Fusi was born in Udine to Tuscan parents, but soon the family returned to their hometown in Colle Val d'Elsa. He studied in Siena at the Art Institute until he graduated in 1943, then he enrolled at the Academy of Florence at the end of the Second World War. Considering the circumstances of the time, he traveled between Colle Val d'Elsa and Florence with trucks that provided transportation between the two locations.

In Florence, Fusi's artistic ideas, as he adhered to the informal movement, did not find fertile ground: the artistic life in Florence was either still tied to the aesthetic ideas of the "Giubbe Rosse" group (headed by Ottone Rosai) or leaning towards neo-avant-garde ideas. His ideas found the right environment at the Galleria dell'Indiano, which hosted informal artists and where he had some solo exhibitions between 1958 and 1964. Fusi became disillusioned with the informal experience, and after a period of silence and reflection, he moved towards geometric abstraction. From 1965 until the late seventies, he was in Milan, where he experimented with concretism to create three-dimensional paintings. In 1979, Fusi returned to Florence where he rediscovered the pleasure of painting, returning to his informal origins and finding the right balance with geometric reflections.

Walter Fusi screen printing on paper cm 40x43 numbered and signed by the Artist and accompanied by the Certificate of Authenticity


Federica Galli

She was a prominent engraver in Italian graphic art of the 20th century. The distinctive features of her works are poetry and a unique perspective on everything she represented in the genre of figuration.

Her favorite themes were rural landscapes, trees, views of Milan and Venice but also snow, fog, water.


In our Printing House, she printed over 500 etchings over twenty years of collaboration.


Federica Galli, The mill of Balzanella, etching on paper. Year 1991.

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Born in Corbetta, he is an artist, writer, and photographer. He has printed for major modern artists such as Fiume, Rotella, Warhol, and many others. He collaborates with some art and poetry magazines. Over the years, he started creating his own works, exhibiting throughout Europe, America, and England, developing his own artistic technique called "cracker art", a highly versatile technique adaptable to any context and subject because it has the ability to adapt and articulate between cinema, photography, video, music, and theater, recombining them as he pleases and giving each piece something unique and special.

Starting from historical, captivating, original, and even modern figures, he has developed a production of clippings, tears that give each image a peculiarity that distinguishes each subject, making it unique in its essence. Recently, in addition to his already remarkable creations, he has added the creation of works on plexiglass, starting from the preparation of a digitally reworked raw piece with various techniques and transferred onto a rigid plexiglass support. Various manual applications are then added, such as: gold leaf, silver, precious metals added to the work.

Giuliano Grittini - mixed technique on canvas 45x55 cm - title "Marilyn I love you 2012-1962" signed by the Artist on the back with the words "my authentic work"

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Linda Grittini

LINDA Grittini, the transformer of matter. She is an art printer, artist, and trusted assistant of master Giuliano Grittini, known for being the official photographer of the poet Alda Merini. For over 25 years, she has contributed to the creation of graphic editions alongside artists such as Rotella, Missoni, Paladino, Mordillo, in all phases of the creation process, giving life to artist's books and limited editions. Screen printing and artistic engraving are her natural elements. She loves the scent of printing ink and beeswax varnish, and transforming matter, whatever it may be, is her daily mission. Through osmosis, she has internalized over time thousands of creative stimuli from the artists she has collaborated with, sublimating everything into an exclusive creative process developed together with master Giuliano Grittini. The technique has been named Cracker Art.


This work was born from my passion for illustrating recipes that ideally take Frida Kahlo by the hand, a person who has always been a great inspiration to me. It is one of the recipes she loved to cook in her Casa Azul, where she prepared feasts to celebrate, with great attention to detail, even when setting the table. The elements that make up the image are the ingredients necessary for the success of the recipe.


The work is accompanied by the procedure for preparing eight portions. So if you wish, you can replicate it and savor it with all five senses in the company of the artwork in the dining room. Art, like Cooking, allows us to express our inner selves, opens us up to new worlds, makes relationships between people more beautiful, and sometimes helps us discover aspects of ourselves we didn't know.

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Marco Lodola

He was born in Dorno. He attended the Academy of Fine Arts in Florence and Milan. He combines visual art with other disciplines: literature, music, cinema, design. He soon approaches the use of plastic materials that he shapes and colors with a personal technique using acrylic paints. 


Subsequently, luminous sculptures are created, statues in internally illuminated plexiglass with light tubes. 


He is very versatile, and this is evident in his creation of stage designs for diverse sectors both in cinema and television.


Mimmo Rotella

He was born in Catanzaro to a mother from the middle class. He graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Naples and then, after moving to Rome, he joined the avant-garde of Roman artists. He began his journey as a figurative painter and later as an abstract-geometric painter. After a deep artistic crisis, he had the insight that the advertising posters scattered around the city could constitute a form of art, giving birth to "décollage," which is the opposite of collage. It involves removing the image through tearing and abrasions. An interesting aspect is that he also used the backs of the posters to create "poster backs."

Mimmo Rotella - décollage on paper 50x70 cm numbered and signed.

Number and signature in pencil at the bottom. Total edition: 199 +XXXV + XXV H.C. + p.a. The work is part of a series of 10 prints made by the artist and Alda Merini as a tribute to Marilyn Monroe. Publication: Merini Rotella - Milan. Last act of love, p.60. Exhibition: Merini Rotella - Milan. Last act of love, Palazzo Reale, Milan. Certificate of guarantee and provenance Galleria La Spirale, Milan.

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