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Before the outbreak of the Second World War, Mancini attended the Accademia di Belle Arti di Perugia, where he met future artist Leoncillo Leonardi , who later wrote: " We talked down our professors passionately… and our friendship dates back to that.

The years have passed… and Mancini has continued to fight against a narrow figurative culture, to criticise and to seek " During the early s Mancini appeared to be seeking examples to follow in the nearby Scuola Romana.

Leonardi and Mancini both had an aversion to fascism and both later joined the partisans: Leonardi in Rome, and Mancini in Umbria, in the Colfiorito mountains, where he joined the Innamorati Brigade with Enzo Rossi. The early works of Giuseppe Capogrossi and Mario Mafai appear to have been his points of reference for the Autoritratto lit. The Red Waistcoat. In , his sketch presented as part of the competition organized by the Sagra Musicale Umbra, along with three other contenders, was chosen as the official poster for the music festival that year.

After that, he travelled to Paris. Mancini left Perugia taking with him some photos of his recent works. While in France he immediately came into contact. When he came back to Italy, Mancini decided to leave Perugia that not only Leoncillo, Rossi and Brunori, had also done. He chose to follow his group of friends and colleagues to Villa Massimo in Rome. Here, from , a small group of left-wing Italian painters and sculptors had settled and arranged their own home-atelier in the building that had hosted the German Academy in Rome before the war.

Mancini had his first exhibition in Rome at Lo Zodiaco Gallery [2] in He exhibited about twenty paintings at Lo Zodiaco. The exhibition also included the Minatore lit. In the Italian Communist Party invited a group of ten young left-wing artists to the Comacchio valleys, which at the time was one of the most deprived areas in the country. The resulting works were exhibited during the Sagra della Fioritura Festival in Vignola, where a jury which included Mazzacurati awarded Mancini with the third prize, consisting of a wheel of Grana Padano cheese.

Of this group of works, the artist kept two temperas, Pescatori in riposo lit. Fishermen at Rest and Gioco della morra lit. Game of Morra. These two fishermen are the predecessors of the two robots placed side by side that the artist calls Cattedrali [2] lit. The s were the central years of Romeo's activity, including abroad. In he participated in the International Youth Festival in Warsaw with his work the Fiocinatore lit.

Harpooner which earned him the second prize. Here Mancini was presented with two ceramic high reliefs: Fiocinatori lit. Harpooners n. In , partially as a result of a smear campaign led by the German press against the artists of Villa Massimo, along with their way of life, the government of that country was able to evict the Italians and reorganize the academy within the villa.

Mancini was already no longer living there permanently, due to the many commissions he received in Umbria. In , Mancini became professor of sculpture at the local Academy of Fine Arts, a position he would hold for more than twenty years. In Professor Mancini was also appointed director, which saw him undertake the revision of the nineteenth century statute of the Perugia Academy, creating new courses and reorganizing, with the help of the conservator Pietro Scarpellini, the drawings and prints still preserved at the Pietro Vannucci Academy.

Returning then to Perugia in the mid s, Mancini again began to frequent the studio in Via Baldeschi that he had shared with his brother the conservator, before his time in Rome.

He remained there preparing the sketches for the monuments to those who died in the war, and also returned to his paintings of fishermen, some Cubist, some realistic. Mancini, however, did not break off all contacts with Rome, organizing regular exhibitions in the capital. In the spring of he organized a personal exhibition at the Galleria La Salita.

In Umbria, where Mancini now resided, in he participated, resulting in significant recognition, in the first edition of the "Premio Perugia" lit. Perugia Prize. In Romeo presented himself to the public in Perugia with twenty-seven recent paintings, exhibited between March and April in the Palazzo dei Priori. The artist found inspiration for this work in the painting Antibes from the s. In Romeo was also invited to exhibit at the IX Quadriennale , where he presented two works [14] on his usual theme of fishermen, called Tempi del lavoratore del mare lit.

Temples of the Workers of the Sea and II. Many monuments were commissioned to Mancini in the late s and early s by the municipalities of Umbria. The municipality of Pietralunga commissioned a plastic and dense bronze monument with figures to commemorate their dead Here the artist seems to have been heavily influenced [15] by Mazzacurati, following the outline already established in with la Strage degli innocenti lit.

A reminder of Cubism emerges again in the large Monumento ai Caduti di tutte le guerre [16] lit. Monument to the Fallen of All Wars , in Passignano, Perugia, which consists of a colourful ceramic frieze, mounted in a grey stone frame. The study and construction of this monument took Mancini at least two years of work. A group of studies for the various component parts was presented at the Brufani exhibition in Perugia of Castiglione del Lago also wanted a monument to their dead, and Romeo created a large composition in bronze bas-relief in which, on a barely sketched background of the city, [17] there stands a turreted figure of Italy, that observes the scene of a mother bent over the body of her son, who has died for his country.

The sculpture, cast in Verona, was inaugurated with a solemn ceremony in November , by which time Romeo was already officially and internationally recognized as a sculptor, presenting himself as such at the XXVIII edition of the Venice Biennale. In he realized the monument to the Partisan of Montebuono, [18] Agello, Perugia. The work modelled in ceramic with an operation of synthesis and abstraction, recalls, thanks to the precious material, the golden glow of ancient sun baked Etruscan stones and, through synthetic and sharp forms, suggests the idea of the urban development of the medieval city.

The sculpture was prepared by Mancini for the stand designed by the architects representing Umbria, Astengo, Zanetti and Campus, at of the great Turin exhibition. In he realized the sculpture Dedicata al lavoratore lit. Dedicated to the Worker , executed for the fountain in Piazza d'Anni at S. Giuliana in Perugia. In he created the great Scultura in acciaio lit. Aircraft , also in steel, to commemorate the dead in Passignano, on lake Trasimeno.

In the same year, the sculpture Icone 67 was sent to Alexandria in Egypt. The Venice Biennale had organized an exhibition of twelve artists in the city, and Mancini, on the recommendation of Valentino Martinelli, was invited to exhibit two sculptures and two paintings. At this time, the artist designed abstract works, clearly destined to live in the open air, in the interplay of natural light and his figures of fishermen or workers.

In Mancini produced works such as the sculpture in memory of Capitini one dedicated to the Fanciullo lit. Young Man , and another dedicated to the Ai Democratici Umbri Vittime dello squadrismo fascista lit.

Victims of the fascist squads , all in Perugia. In , Mancini created the first prototypes of the Cattedrali per la conquista dello spazio lit. Cathedrals for the Conquest of Space [21] that predated his entire output from that point onward date back to this time. The use of metallic materials, visits to foundries, the idea that the world is now irrevocably reduced to a giant Meccano set, led Mancini to create a series of large paintings testing himself with a material that was new to him: acrylic.

The smooth, cold surface created by this paint composes and decomposes itself, creating a split, sections of mysterious mechanical objects.

Mancini built new bodies mounted with machine parts that he called Cattedrali lit. Cathedrals , but these pieces of machinery, these Cattedrali in the end always recalled the shape of the human body, or rather of two opposing human bodies. In , again at the Palazzo dei Priori municipal building in Perugia, Mancini presented the great Cattedrali in acrylic to the public.

This series culminated in with an exhibition at the Rocca Paolina in Perugia. Rome, House of Representative, Montecitorio Palace, Two fishermen with lights Due pescatori con lampare oil on canvas, [26]. Spain, Flix, Monument to the International Brigades, , iron, [27]. Slovak National Gallery , Bratislava, Fishermen , oil on canvas , [28]. Office of Province of Perugia, Apocalypse , oil on canvas [32]. Collections of the Townhall of Perugia, Il Picconiere , oil on canvas, [34].

Museum of Ceramic, Deruta Perugia , sculpture in ceramic, and a plastic relief representing Perugia for "Italia '61 a Torino", , ceramic. National Gallery of Umbria, Perugia, Composition of figures without title , oil on plywood, between and [37]. Rocca Paolina, Perugia, Monument dedicated to the Victims of the fascist squad Ai Democratici Umbri Vittime dello squadrismo fascista , , bronze [38].

Area of Santa Giuliana, Perugia, Fountain dedicated to the worker, [39]. Perugia, Via Cortonese before it was in Piazza Partigiani , Sculpture dedicated to childhood, , steel [39]. Pietralunga, Perugia, Monument to the fallen, , travertino stone e bronze [40].

Passignano, Perugia, Monument to the fallen of all wars, —56, stone and polychrome ceramic [41]. Castiglione del lago, Perugia, Monumento to the fallen of all wars, , bronze and stone [42]. Montebuono, Perugia, Monument to the Partisan, , stone [43].

Bova Marina Reggio Calabria , metal sculpture, [40]. Passignano sul Trasimeno, Perugia, Monument to the Aviators fallen in the Trasimeno lake, , steel [46]. Umbertide, Perugia, steel sculpture,, acciaio. Mugnano, Perugia, Monument to the work, , bronze [48]. Mugnano, Perugia, Elementi nell'artigianato , [49]. Castiglione del Lago, Perugia, Monument to Life, , bronze [50]. Foligno, Palio per la Giostra della Quintana, cm x , [51]. Perugia, Corso Vannucci, ex Olivetti office, fresco not visible since it has been covered, Operaie , [54].

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