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Black Ducks, Claudio D'Angelo (1989)

<i>Black Ducks</i>, Claudio D'Angelo (1989)


Claudio D'Angelo is from Montreal and first studied visual arts and commercial art at the Famous Artist School in Westport, Connecticut, from 1970 to 1973 and then at Dawson College from 1973 to 1976. Early on in his career, he worked as an artist in advertising and became a full time independent painter in 1980.

Claudio D'Angelo has illustrated many wildlife books and has been commissioned by several large corporations to paint works of art for their private collections. His success is certainly due to the attention he pays to detail and to the distinctive original character of his artwork. Since 1982, he has shown his work in Toronto, New Orleans, Montreal and Jackson Hole (Wyoming) in solo and group exhibits. In 1997, he was commissioned for a second time to create an original work of art to illustrate the Fondation de la faune du Québec's stamp and print conservation art collection.
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