Campagnola, Enrico (Italian, 1911-1984)
He was born in 1911 at Saint-Imier of an Italian family known for its sculptors and painters. Raised in a village near Venice, Campagnola was inspired by such masters of color as Georgione, Titan and Veronese. He studied at the Academy of Fine Art in Rome, and was awarded a scholarship by the government of Italy. He has exhibited at the Biennale in Venice, the Quadriennale in Rome, the Museum of Besancon, the Salon d'Automne and the Galerie Charpentier in Paris, where he was selected for the Greenshields Prize. The Municipality of Paris as well as the French Government have purchased his work.

t. (Main Office)
t. (Suburban Office)
f.