Roberto Lupetti ( 1918-1997
) Was a classically trained artist. Born in Milan, Italy, He was raised
in an environment that nurtured creativity. At the age of fourteen he
was accepted to attend Brera Liceo Artistico, one of the most prestigious
art academies in Italy.
Once involved in the strict curriculum, Lupetti
learned the many disciplines established by the Renaissance Painters,
examining and then putting into practice their laws of art. Lupetti Graduated
Lupetti explains that as a student of the Royal Academy,
He was offered a position to help restore the Vatican's Sistine Chapel.
With his successful restoration of the Vatican, Lupetti was invited to
do similar work on the immense fresco "The Battle of Ponte Miluio"
by Giulio Roman, A disciple of Raphael, Lupetti earned five degrees at
the Royal Academy of Fine Arts. For more information on the modern classical
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