The art of the Italian painter Rodolfo Marmaioli (1923-1998)
is deeply linked to the city of Florence, of which he evoked the gentle beauty
and the mysterious charm of streets, squares and monuments.
This biography, written by his daughter Marisa, starts from Marma’s youth in
the war and post-war years, and after that tells us about his first exhibitions
and about the eighteen months spent in New York, the hometown of his wife
Geraldine, where he moved in the Sixties with the whole family.