Martha Marvin

Venice, 1955

Marvin's trajectory could be considered unconventional. In fact, rather than attending art schools and academies, she started to travel in search of advice and suggestions directly from artists that she met along the way.

At the same time, she is interested in oriental thought, being inspired by its essentialism in her work. The learning of painting and drawing techniques guide her very soon to collaborate as an assistant in different artists' studios, some of which recognised on an international level.