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Champignon nom de plume Claudio Simonetti

by on May 21, 2018

Champignon, early nom de plume Claudio Simonetti.

Champignon, early nom de plume Claudio Simonetti. Claudio Simonetti born in Italy on January 29, 1929.

In the 1950′s, 1960′s, and early 1970′s the young artist, Claudio Simonetti, was finding himself within the art world.  At that time he painted various subjects and signed them with pen names or nom de plume, as was very usual for that time. In most cases, Simonetti used the pen name ‘Salvietti’ for Venitian Canals early on, ‘Champignon’ for Paris Street Scenes, and Venezia for Forest Scenes. However, at times he crossed over with subject matter, as is evident with the Champignon above.  For the new Simonetti collection Click on: Claudio Simonetti.

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