Guido Fiorini was a Bolognese painter and key figure in the Bologna “Liberty” (Art Nouveau) style. He started working in 1902 in the San Francesco atelier, together with Alfonso Rubbiani and other Aemilia Ars artists. His inclination to drawing led him to collaborate with the most important Ornamental Art magazines of the early 1900s. Fiorini was also the creator of many children’s illustrations, decorative initials and pageheaders.
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