Alessandro Potenziani

Alessandro is an artistic decorator who lives in Rome and works in the Capitoline Historical Archive. From a very young age he had a great passion for the figurative arts, in particular for drawing and painting which he perfected at the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome. He has worked in architectural firms in the design of fine furnishings for interiors and in Fumone he has created numerous tourist and commercial signs. He decorated the painted facade of the church of S. Celestino V and created the depiction in the cloth of the nineteenth-century organ of the collegiate church of SS. Maria Annunziata. He does historical research on Fumone and in 1997 he made a reconstructive model of the 14th century village. He published his first scientific essay in the magazine of the Institute of History and Art of Southern Lazio "Latium" with the title: "A Baroque statue in Fumone: San Sebastiano by Giovanni Giardini and Camillo Rusconi". As part of the cultural association Il Guitto he writes historical-artistic articles dedicated to Fumone.

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by Alessandro Potenziani

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