Antonio Greco, artist, spent his childhood in Vernazza, Cinqueterre, eventually relocating to Florence where he attended the University of Florence's School of Architecture. After concluding his studies he pursued the art of literature, publishing three volumes of prose. In the following years he opened a graphic art studio in Prato and later a personal art studio in Milano where he gained experience doing commissioned work for his clients.
Antonio eventually returned to Vernazza where he met his wife, Michèle, a former filmmaker. Together they opened an exhibition space for his work, Bottega d'Arte Cinqueterre, in Vernazza and have since opened a second gallery in Monterosso.
Antonio finds inspiration for his landscapes in life itself, having grown up in Vernazza in the Cinqueterre and travelled extensively throughout his lifetime in Europe, Asia and Africa.
You can also find Antonio's original landscapes at Carré des Artistes in Paris, Ile St. Louis (Paris cityscapes) and in Milano (Italian landscapes).