Rodolpho Tamanini Netto, Brazilian (1951 - )
Rodolpho Tamanini Netto (São Paulo, 1951) is a Brazilian naïf painter.
Discovered early vocation for painting and, at 17, he was already playing professionally. First stated in the Folklore Museum of Sao Paulo, and then participate in international events and would book illustration. His work focuses in particular urban scenes and seascapes.
Born in Sao Paulo, Brazil, in 1951. Early on, he discovered his artistic vocation, self-taught, at age 17 he began painting.
Urban Painter, Tamanini developed over the years a technique, composing their work with colorful soft and firm stroke.
Its themes are basically the city of Sao Paulo, which he portrays in a beautiful and attractive, leading the viewer to question whether the same city is immense and complex that we know, the slums and seascapes where the vastness of nature and scope of spaces are opposed to the small and lonely human figure.