1917 - 1987
Lodovico Morando was a creative artist. Born in 1917, Lodovico Morando passed away in 1987. Artists Nicolaï Nikolaievich Gorlov, Bertil Berggren-Askenström, Arlette Carreau-Kingwell, Ingeborg Von Einsiedel, and Valeria Emets are of the same generation.
Further Biographical Context for Lodovico Morando
Born in 1917, Lodovico Morando's creative work was primarily inspired by the 1930s. Internationally this period can be best characterised by the clash between the world’s predominant political philosophies - Marxist Socialism, Capitalist Democracy, and the Totalitarianism of both Communism and Fascism. In the United States, the Great Depression had a great influence on artistic output, with many artists focusing on the agrarian and the humble man in the streets. It was the first time in US history that widespread movements of artists began to address politics, and endeavoured to use their art to influence society. Artists organized exhibitions on social and political themes such as poverty, lack of affordable housing, anti-lynching, anti-fascism, and workers' strikes.