Mazur and the etchings created to illustrate Dante's Inferno: the graphic output of an artist who has won great acclaim in the United States.
[Michael Mazur. Dante’s Inferno / Graphic works 1992-2000] The Castelvecchio Museum offered, in 2000, a unique opportunity to appreciate, for the first time in Europe, the graphics of Mazur (New York, 1935), a renowned artist in the United States.
His works are included in leading American public and private collections, from New York to Boston to Chicago.
The catalogue features about seventy prints by Mazur based on Dante’s Inferno, create to illustrate the English translation by the poet Robert Pinsky.