Artist Maurizio Liberato lives and works in Liverpool, however, began studying art at Liceo Artistico Misticoni in Pescara where he learnt the ways of the classic Italian masters, building the foundations of his skills in drawing, painting and sculpting.
From attending workshops, held by Sofia Welch at London Atelier of Representational Art, in 2018, Maurizio’s practice began to focus on portraiture.
Maurizio aims to capture the expression of the human soul through his work, inspired by renaissance masters like Caravaggio and Raffaello, but also by modern artists like Edouard Manet and Morandi.
He has exhibited in collective exhibitions at Warehouse in 2017 (Teramo – Italy), The Kabala in 2018 (Pescara – Italy), at Babilonia and Post Bar in 2019 (Pescara, Italy).
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