Stefano Faravelli’s “Passage to Egypt” Moleskine



Stefano Faravelli was born in Turin. After his studies at the Academy of Fine Arts, he graduated from the University of Turin. Since 1987, he has worked as stage designer and painter at Guido Ceronetti’s "Teatro del Sensibili". He displayed his works at many exhibitions in Italy and abroad. In 2000 he presented "De Contrapuncto Triumphi" at the Galleria Jannone, for which Giorgio Soavi announced him best artist of 2000 (Il Giornale dell’Arte, January 2001). His works appear in a wide number of publications, and critical appreciations of his work have been written by Giovanni Arpino, Guido Ceronetti, Fabrizio Dentice, Nico Orengo, Massimo Rosci, Vittorio Sgarbi, Giorgio Soavi, Marco Vallora, Renata Pisu.

A participant of the Moleskine DETOUR Exhibition

Visit Stefano Faravelli’s website.

Stefano Faravelli’s "Passage to Egypt Moleskine" courtesy of Francesca Faravelli

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  1. Everyone should look at this guys website. The butterflies are unbelievable. His paintings are like Audobon.

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