Emilio Filippini ( Cattolica
After spending part of the
childhood in Friuli at the paternal uncle, he attended the
Academy of Fine Arts in Venice and then in Rome and finally in
Urbino where completes his studies. In 1898 he returned to
Cattolica where works almost isolated in the artistic
environment riminese, shy of worldliness and clamor.
Essentially landscape painter, made some portraits and a few
still nature. Affected by the influence of Venetian painting of
the nineteenth century especially that of William Ciardi.
Participates in numerous exhibitions both personal and
collective in Ravenna, Rimini, Bologna, Padua.
Cattolica , Stazione Balneare 1922
from: L' Estate della Grafica