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Claudio Cintoli (Imola, 15 December 1935 – Rome, 28 March 1978) was an Italian artist, painter and set designer. Cintoli spent his childhood in Recanati, it is here that, thanks to his uncle Biagio Biagetti, restorer and director of the Vatican Museums, he discovered his passion for the arts. Read the full biography

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Biografia di Claudio Cintoli

Claudio Cintoli (Imola, 15 December 1935 – Rome, 28 March 1978) was an Italian artist, painter and set designer. Cintoli spent his childhood in Recanati, it is here that, thanks to his uncle Biagio Biagetti, restorer and director of the Vatican Museums, he discovered his passion for the arts. In 1955 he enrolled at the Faculty of Architecture at the Sapienza University of Rome, which he soon abandoned to undertake studies as an artist at the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome. Despite his transfer, Cintoli always maintained a privileged relationship with Recanati, so much so that Vittorio Rubiu defined him as "a Marchigian, even though he was born in Imola". His first solo exhibition was held at the Palazzo Comunale in Recanati in 1958 and in the same year, Eugenio Battisti will present his solo exhibition in Rome, at the Galleria La Medusa. In the following years there were numerous trips to Europe, and in particular to Germany and England, and in 1963 he made his first animated films, which are now lost. In 1965 he moved to New York, where he established a fruitful collaboration with Lindberg Productions, with which he made numerous animated films. Returning to Rome in 1968, Cintoli presented his first performances at Fabio Sargentini's Galleria L'Attico. This is how knotting, nailing, bouncing, props and color pouring are carried out. In 1973 his alter ego Marcanciel Stuprò was born with which he would sign many of his works in the future.

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