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Mario Agrifoglio expressed his point of view on the nature and color theory with this simple ancient concept. The idea of two forces of nature in perpetual search for equilibrium guided his philosophy and his works. The colors in his paintings were placed to have the same dynamic balance mediated by two lights.
His works show that it is still possible a basic research that reports to the origins of the true meaning of Art.
06-23-2014 official date of birth of the foundation
a number of works at auction at major italian auction houses
04-29-2014 Inserted collector Borzonasca page in the works section.
04-14-2014 Comes the italian blog for talk about Mario Agrifoglio a Mario Agrifoglio.
04-12-2014 Inserted collector Cacciatori page in the works section.

Main catalog

We inform collectors and insiders that we are building Archive works of Mario Agrifoglio. The foundation will take care of the collection material and documents relating to his works. The documents collected will form the archive and will form part of the general catalog of the artist.

Main Catalog


We are preparing the statute of the foundation.


About us

The foundation is organized directly by the heirs of the artist. Some friends have expressed their intention to share this adventure.


latest Works

Years 2004-2005.

The latest paintings date back to the years 2004-2005.

A broken line becomes straight line, a series of spatial planes becoming flattened on the floor, similar colors that blend, a unique color becomes an explosion of range. Having mastered the technique of the changes, the artist focuses esthetic use in order to maximize the optical effect.

The period 1957-1966 (spatula)

Mario Agrifoglio's works in the fifties and sixties 1957-1966

His scientific research

The versatility of the author and his research about color they put in a position to rethink its original form the principles of physics. His criticism of physics has essentially philosophical reasons