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Arturo Noci (Roma, 1874 – New York, 1953)

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Arturo Noci was a versatile twentieth-century artist known for his landscapes, portraits, genre scenes, and illustrations. Born in Rome, Noci studied at Rome’s Institute of Fine Arts.

In the beginning Noci exhibited  at the Palazzo delle Esposizioni a Roma dalla Società degli Amatori e dei Cultori di Belle Arti where he started to be known among the world of art's critic.

In the early years of '900 he exhibited at Biennale di Venezia.

In the  1923 Arturo Noci moved to New York City to begin his artistic career. His paintings, particularly his urban landscapes, feature sophisticated designs and modern compositions culled from Impressionist paintings and Japanese prints.

He exhibited  at the National Academy of Design, the Art Institute of Chicago, and the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts; his work is now featured in the Museum of the City of New York, the Rochester Museum, and the Galleria d’Arte Moderna in Rome, among other institutions.

He died in New York in a car accident in the 1953