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, working part-time at Gray's and becoming head of painting at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art in 1950.
Alberto Morrocco was the subject of a centenary exhibition in August 2017.
We are currently looking for work by Alberto Morrocco, if you have any works you are interested in selling please Contact the Gallery.
Sunbather at Cicero View details
Sunbather at Cicero1981oil on canvasH:36cm W:40cmSoldFlowers in a White Jug View details
Flowers in a White Jug1972oil on canvasH:66cm W:46cmSoldThree Sisters of Lucca View details
Three Sisters of Lucca1986oil on canvasH:127cm W:133cm£45,000Roman Lovers View details
Roman Lovers1970pen & ink washH:35.5cm W:38cm£1850Maria View details
Maria1987oil on boardH:38cm W:40.5cm£13,250Still Life with Indian Tapestry View details
Still Life with Indian Tapestry1986oil on canvasH:86cm W:95.5cm£37,500Pumpkin and Cactus View details
Pumpkin and Cactus1985oil on canvasH:54.6cm W:57.2cm£18,500Tay Bridge from Newport View details