Ricardo Cinalli was born in Froylan Palacios in the province of Santa Fe, Argentina. He read Psychology at the University of Rosario, having previously studied Painting at the Academia Fornells and Piano at the Conservatorio Chopin.
He moved to London in 1973 to study Painting at Harrow School of Art and later on at Hornsey School of Art. In 1980 he started to exhibit his works in various galleries and museums in Europe, North and South America and Australia.
Amongst his public commissions he painted frescoes in the Londersborough Room in Alexandra Palace, Vintners Place in the City of London, the Argentinian Embassy and the main altar in the Chiesa del Redentore, Brixton.
He has created the set designs for Les Parents Terribles by Jean Cocteau for the National Theatre, London (1996), Daphnis and Chloe by Maurice Ravel at the Teatro Municipal de Rio de Janeiro (1998) and Le Nozze di Figaro at the Teatro Colon, Buenos Aires. Amongst his projects is the design for Cinderella at the Royal Opera House in London.
He is currently working on Homanaje Humanista para el Nuevo Milenio, a fresco of approximately 1500 square meters at the Proyecto Cultural Cinalli-Peruchena in Punta del Este, Uruguay.
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