Marino Marini

While he was primarily known for his sculptural work, this famous Italian artist never ceased to paint and work on two-dimensional art forms. Walking the line between figurative and abstract, Marini’s prints illustrate his stylized and famous equestrian figures, which were his main subject matter. Marini’s work was held to the highest regard even in his time, winning the International Grand Prix for the Sculpture in 1952, and his work being exhibited in museums such as the MoMA and the Tate institution among others.