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Raoul Schultz

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Born in Lero (Greece) in 1931, he died in Venice in 1971. He was the most cosmopolitan of the painters among the painters of the Venice School, was a forerunner of Arte Povera, as well as Senica paintings, and he worked on visual poetry with

the Lettere Anonime series, putting these experiments of him to work in glassware, as well. In 1954 he received a designer prize at the Opera Bevilacqua la Masa. In 1965 he participated at the Giorgione Poussin prize in Castelfranco Veneto. Gigi Scarpa and Mario De Luigi have writtn about him. At present he works for Fucina degli Angeli.
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