5 euro Silver coin dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the death of Cesare Maccari, PROOF.
ISSUE DATE: 16th SEPTEMBER 2019
Cesare Maccari approaches the art world at a very young age, learning the art of sculpture, first attending Vestri's studio, then enrolling, at the age of fifteen, at the Institute of Fine Arts in Siena.
Soon Cesare Maccari won some prizes and painted, for the first time in fresco, the "Four Evangelists" in the Quinciano Chapel in the Val D'Arbia area of Siena and came into contact with artists of the time staying in various cities of art.
Maccari also dedicates himself to the frescoes on the ceiling and walls of the Aula Magna of the Palazzo di Giustizia in Rome that deal with allegories and themes related to justice and the history of law.
In 1909 the artist was struck by paralysis and forced into inactivity, dying in Rome on 7 April 1919.
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