Costantino Morosin was born in the Veneto region in 1950 and attended to the Academy of Fine Arts in Venice, he graduated of scenery in 1975. After working in Africa for FAO and WWF he moved to Milan, then to Turin and finally to Rome where it began a weekly magazine.
As a precursor of emerging artistic trends, Morosin concentrated on in the natural world and returning to the medieval quarter, Calcata, near Rome, began to use materials there extracted two. In 1996, together with Anna Demyttenaere, he founded the & ldquo; Opera Bosco & rdquo;, an art museum. During the 80's and 90's as his works continued to win national awards, he continued using tuff, rock, glass and terracotta in his sculptures and is known especially for his works & ldquo; Troni di Calcata & rdquo; and & ldquo; Cavalli Trilitici di Castelfranco & rdquo ;.
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