1/25 Spiaggia, 1965, oil on chipboard, cm 21 x 26.5
2/25 Paesaggio, 1974, oil on canvas, cm 70 x 80
3/25 Molo, 1975, oil on cardboard, cm 20.5 x 34
4/25 Il molo, 1975, oil on canvas, cm 80 x 90
5/25 Traghetto e vegetazione, 1976, oil on canvas, cm 50 x 35
6/25 Albero, 1976, oil on cardboard, cm 20.5 x 24.5
7/25 Paesaggio in giallo, 1977, oil on canvas, cm 60 x 70
8/25 Autostrada, 1978, cm 100 x 80
9/25 Spiaggia e nudo, 1978, oil on canvas, cm 50 x 40
10/25 Persiana, 1978, oil on canvas on cardboard, cm 33 x 22.5
11/25 Paesaggio a Scilla, 1978, oil on canvas on plywood, cm 24.5 x 28
12/25 Paesaggio dello stretto, 1978/79, oil on canvas, cm 50 x 70
13/25 Persiana, 1978/79, oil on hardboard, cm 25 x 41
14/25 Paesaggio dello stretto, 1979, oil on canvas, cm 80 x 70
15/25 natura morta, 1980, oil on canvas, cm 30 x 40
16/25 Paesaggio con treno, 1980/81, oil on canvas, cm 60 x 50
17/25 Paesaggio, 1982, tempera on cardboard, cm 24.5 x 34
18/25 Notturno, 1985, oil on canvas on cardboard, cm 29 x 24
19/25 Interno / Esterno, 1988/89, oil pastel on cardboard, cm 39 x 23
20/25 Limoni e figura, 2002, oil on canvas, cm 50 x 70
21/25 Ombra al campo, 2001/02, oil on canvas, cm 80 x 90
22/25 Limoni e arance 01, 2003, oil on canvas, cm 50 x 70
23/25 Limoni e figura #01, 2003, oil on canvas, cm 60 x 70
24/25 Paesaggio con albero #02, 2003/06, pen on paper, cm 30 x 21
25/25 Nudo e finestra, 2005, oil on canvas, cm 70 x 50

SANTI ALLERUZZO

Santi Alleruzzo spent the first years of his life in Messina, where he was born in 1929. He then moved to Villa San Giovanni, on the other side of the strait, where he lived until he passed away in 2006.
Alleruzzo started painting at a very young age and graduated from the Liceo Artistico, putting on his first solo exhibition in 1958 at the Galleria Il Fondaco in Messina. From then on, he showed his work on countless occasions, in solo events such as those at the Galleria del Vantaggio (Rome, 1964), Galleria Indipendenza (Bologna, 1966), Galleria Nuovo Vertice (Rome 1972 and 1981), Galleria San Michele (Brescia, 1973 and 1976), Galleria Cefaly (Catania, 1986, 1991 and 2002), and Galleria Fidia (Rome, 1987 and 2004), and in group shows and painting competitions in Italy and abroad.

From 1957 to 1980 he was the secretary and also the life and soul of the Villa San Giovanni painting prize, which in its various editions saw some of the greatest Italian artists and critics of the second half of the twentieth century.