Four poems by Al-Mu'tamid ibn Abbād

translated by Maria Teresa Mascari and illustrated with four etchings (three of which 10.5 x 10.5 cm) by Vincenzo Piazza.

Ed.Lychnis, Agrigento 2002.

Dimensions

Format 16 X 18 cm, 24 pages tied with a golden cord.

Circulation

Edition of 50 numbered copies with Arabic numbering and XX copies with Roman numbering.

Peculiarities

Hard cover in case. Full page etchings signed and numbered and a tirade in the text as final.

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Four poems by Al-Mu'tamid ibn Abbād

translated by Maria Teresa Mascari and illustrated with four etchings (three of which 10.5 x 10.5 cm) by Vincenzo Piazza.

Size

Format 16 X 18 cm, 24 pages tied with a golden cord.

Ed Lychnis, Agrigento 2002.

Number of copies

Edition of 50 numbered copies with Arabic numbering and XX copies with Roman numbering.

Particularity

Hard cover in case. Full page etchings signed and numbered and a tirade in the text as final.

Al-Mu'tamid ibn Abbād - Rhymes

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  • He was born in Catania on March 30, 1959. He completed his studies of Architecture in Palermo, where he currently resides, earning his degree in 1983. The start of the artistic activity is marked by the interest in engraving techniques that he begins to practice in 1985. He attended courses in chalcography and lithography at the Raffaello Academy in Urbino and in 1987 his first solo exhibition was set up by the Galleria Tasso in Bergamo. He is present in all editions of Bagnacavallo's "Repertory of Italian engravers" and articles on his activity have appeared in the main sector magazines. Since 1995 he has also dedicated himself to Ex Libris, participating in the most important national and international exhibitions. He collaborates with several publishers illustrating book covers and art editions. Since 1998 his works have been listed in the catalogs of the Prandi Library in Reggio Emilia and recently some of his etchings have been acquired at the Albertina Picture Gallery in Vienna. It has an intense exhibition activity and has recently exhibited at the Guglielmo II Monumental Complex in Monreale on the occasion of the XXI National Way of the Italian Confraternities. Last in chronological order is the personal exhibition at the Elle Arte gallery in Palermo. Texts, reviews and articles have been written for the artist by prestigious Italian critics and journalists.