Tridimensionalism

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Tridimensionalism (Italian: Tridimensionalismo) is an artistic technique that combines painting and sculpture and originated in Italy at the end of the 20th century. The founder of this technique is considered[according to whom?] to be the Italian painter Massimo Meda.

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This sculptural painting technique is inspired by Italian Renaissance bas-reliefs.

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