Francesco Clemente was born in 1952 in Naples, into a family with aristocratic roots. After writing poetry and painting as a child, he went to Rome to study architecture at the Università degli Studi di Roma, La Sapienza, in 1970. Leaving school before completing the program, he focused instead on art.
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The Fourteen Stations XII, 1981-1982 Oil and wax on linen 77 15/16 × 92 15/16 in 198 × 236 cmSHOP
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