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Massimo Scarfagna is a native of Ostia Antica. His family home located just a few steps from the excavations of the ancient Roman port of Ostia, is his first studio . He becomes captivated by the statues of classical Rome, and early on, tries his hand at sculpture, first carving small tufa objects. A few years later, together with friends and art promoters, he founds in Ostia Lido an art gallery La Boheme, where he presents his early work of paintings. Art is his passion if not the occupation of his young adulthood. Working for an airline company, Massimo travels the world visiting major musea and art galleries, acquiring knowledge and drawing inspiration from both the old and new masters.

In l985, this declared Roman settles in the Tuscan countryside. His hill-top property commands the views of Cortona and Montepulciano, its Medieval tower evokes the rich history of this ancient place.

Isolated from the noise of the world and its commercialism, this Tuscan hide-away provides Scarfagna not only with an ideal home, but a magnificent work environment where he matures as an artist.
This exhibit presents two major series of Scarfagna's sculpture work – Olive Trees and The Last Supper.

Massimo Scarfagna, via dei Palazzi 1 - 53040 Valiano di Montepulciano (Siena)
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