Lot 246    

Andrea Volo (Italian, b. 1941), Still Life
7/11/2012 - Fine Paintings and Works on Paper: Live Online Auction
Andrea Volo (Italy, b. 1941), titled L'Orologio on verso, signed l.l. and dated 60 on verso; 30.25 x 22.5 in.  

Andrea Volo was an Italian modernist painter who specialized in still life work.
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