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February 2, 2024

Impressive Posters Designed by Ezio Anichini in the Early 20th Century

Born 1886 in Florence, Italian illustrator Ezio Anichini was son of Giuseppe Anichini, an illustrator for the publishing house R. Bemporad & Son. He enrolled at the Academy of Fine Arts in Florence in 1902 where he graduated in 1910, also obtaining an encouragement prize.

Posters designed by Ezio Anichini in the early 20th century

Anichini made his debut as an illustrator in 1903 for Scena illustrata, a popular Italian magazine based in Florence with which he had a long collaboration. In 1906, after having participated in a competition announced for the covers of Vamba’s Il giornalino della Domenica magazine, he also began a long collaboration with this newspaper.

In addition to collaborating with many other magazines of the time (Musica e Musicisti, Passerotto, Corriere musica dei bambini, Vita nova, Almanacco Italiano Bemporad), Anichini was also an illustrator of books and posters for theatrical performances at the Roman Theater of Fiesole (1911-1913).

Anichini died in 1948 in Florence at the age of 62. Here below is a set of impressive posters designed by Ezio Anichini in the early 20th century.

Scena Illustrata, circa 1900s

Ars et Labor, Musica e Musicisti Rivista Mensile Illustrata, January 15, 1907

Scena Illustrata, 1911

Scena Illustrata, Rivista Quindicinale d'Arte e Letteratura, 1911

Scena Illustrata, August 1, 1912

Scena Illustrata, Rivista Quindicinale d'Arte e Letteratura, October 1, 1913

Scena Illustrata December 15, 1915

Scena Illustrata, 1915

Scena Illustrata, April 1, 1915

Scena Illustrata, June 15, 1915

Scena Illustrata, October 15, 1915

Scena Illustrata, Rivista Quindicinale d'Arte e Letteratura, 1915

Scena Illustrata, Rivista Quindicinale d'Arte e Letteratura, February 1915

Scena Illustrata, August 1, 1916

Scena Illustrata, February 1, 1916

Scena Illustrata, July 1, 1916

Scena Illustrata, July 15, 1916

Scena Illustrata, August 15, 1918

Scena Illustrata, November 15, 1918

Almanacco Italiano, 1920

Scena Illustrata, Rivista Quindicinale d'Arte e Letteratura, March 1921

Scena Illustrata, Salome, 1921

II┬║ Anniversario della Marcia su Roma, 1922

Scena Illustrata, December 15, 1923

Scena Illustrata, May 1925

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