1995

Special Award – Recognition Councillor
Culture of the Municipality of Salsomaggiore at the 19th
National Competition Painting and Graphics, “Christopher Marzaroli.

1996

Special Prize of the critical

at the 5 th International Art Exhibition “Autumn in Venice”

1997-1998

First Prize – Gold Medal
Special Awards and critical acclaim at the following events

Final award of the International “Women in Art” at the Spring Versiliese

Grand Prix des Arts and des Lettres de Nice-Ville

Review of Art “Il Ciocco” – Castelvecchio Pascoli, winner of the Fiorino d’Oro Ancient Office of the Mint of Lucca

6 ° Festival of Arts “Poetry of Gloria and Valdinievole tribute to the city of Montecatini Terme

12 ° Review of Art City of Viareggio – homage to the town of Montecatini Terme

International Review of Art and Literature “Homage to Lugano

2 nd International Quadrennial “Homage to the City of Rome”

Choosing from Limoges to the creation of the subject 98 for the collection of Christmas plates made by the painter from Lucca.

Piatto Natalizio Limoges 1998 Realizzato dall'opera di Mara Natucci


Limoges Christmas Plate 1998 hosted by the Mara Natucci

Choice of three works by tourism promotion of the City for the cover of its three editorial

Brochures APT “Weekend Flowers”, “Ville Lucchesi”

Depliants A.P.T.” Weekend Fioriti” , “Ville Lucchesi”

 

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Works represented on the 2000 calendar produced by 'Agency for Tourism of Lucca
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Works represented on the 2000 calendar produced by 'Agency for Tourism of Lucca

 

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2001

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Opera used to create a poster of 100 cm × 70
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“SinfoniaSpirituale” acrylic cm.60×70

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2002 Sunflower Hill lithography in 9 colors, 12 angles (up cm.27x40 sheet 50x35 cm)


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The original lithograph entitled “Sunflowers on the hill” is drawn on stone by Mara Natucci Bavaria and printed in Lucca with the old Printing presses of Angels. The print run on Magnani Pescia paper consists n.150 numbered from 1 to 150 in Arabic numerals, hand-signed by the author. The stones were score out after the run.