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Aldo Carpi de Resmini (1886-1973) - Lithograph, Reaching the Adriatic



A haunting lithograph depicting the retreating Serbian civilians during the 1915 'Gret Retreat', Here the artist has sketched the refugees reaching the Adriatic coast. Figures in the background are shown fighting over bread, while a group of men in the foreground carry weaker figures across the beach. Indistinctly inscribed to the lower left. Printed on wove laid to backing paper. Signed and dated '1915' in the plate and also signed in pastel by the artist on backing paper. With a seal from the Ministry of the Navy, Special Office.


With some minor discolouration. Overall in good condition.


27 x 39.4cm (10.6" x 15.5")
Sheet: 40.9 x 52.2cm (16.1" x 20.6")

Collection Information

From a collection of lithographs by the Italian artist Aldo Carpi de Resmini (1886-1973). The collection features scenes from the First World War. All signed in chalk and with a seal from the Italian Ministry of the Navy, Special Office.

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Code pu265
Artist Aldo Carpi (1886-1973)
Date Mid 20th Century
Dimensions 27 x 39.4cm
Medium Lithograph
Style Naive
Subject Landscape
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