|1939||Born in Pesaro, Italy.|
|1954||Wins his first prices awarded by the „Ministero Industria e Commercio“ for ceramic works and a Majolika picture.|
|1955-1956||Studies at the Istituto d’Arte di Pesaro.|
|1956-1964||Creative period in Pesaro with participations in different national and international competitions and exhibitions.|
|Since 1964||Various exhibitions in Switzerland, Austria and Italy.|
|1964-1966||Stay in Zurich, where his pictorial and graphic work develops further, participates in different exhibitions and is particularly dedicated to portraiture.|
The artist lives and works in Pesaro, Italy.
Renato Bertini belongs to the most important Italian painters of his time. The artistic work covers delicate and most sensitive representations of the female body as well as abstract colour compositions, up to impressive portraits, which made him internationally known. His style is characterised by an eye for detail, finest nuances, also regarding unusual materials and techniques. Renato Bertini is a master of the quiet tones, whose works – often with a lot of white – are flooded by light and which mediate peace and strength to the viewer and let him dive into his own world