Arnaldo Rosin

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Arnaldo Rosin (born 1932) is an Italian artist, illustrator and composer living in Milan.

Rosin's style is often described as 'transcendent art',[1] combining elements of surrealism and postmodernism with frequent visual references to Italian Renaissance art.[2]

Rosin was born in the town of Cittadella near Padua but his family moved to Umbria when he was very young. In his youth he drew comic strips for money,[3] but in 1967, began to devote his time completely to painting and illustration.

He has been featured at art exhibitions in Milan and other cities since the 1970s.[4] In addition to paintings, he has also illustrated books of folklore.[5]

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