Alberto MorroccoRSA, RSW Born: 1917
Place of Birth: Aberdeen
Born in Aberdeen in 1917, he studied at Gray's School of Art from 1932-38 and in France, Italy and Switzerland. He is famous for his landscapes in Scotland and abroad, still-life, figure painting and interiors but perhaps his best known works are his beach scenes and views of Venice. Morrocco was a decorative artist of great felicity, using a rich and varied palette. He was also influential as a teacher, teaching part-time at Gray's and becoming head of painting at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art in 1950.
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The Sicilian Cartoil on boardH:56cm W:85cmPrice on Application
Blue Boat, Tayport1975oil on boardH:34cm W:46cmSold
Clown Contemplating1996oil on boardH:50cm W:50cmSold
Sleeping Clown1995oil on boardH:17.75cm W:30.5cmSold
Woman Pounding Garlic1995oil on boardH:50.5cm W:40cmSold