Angelo Batti, Italian painter, was born in Sora (Frosinone) in 1933. After art school, he attended the studio dell'acquerellista German, John Brasch, graduated from the Academy of Berlin. Knowledge with teacher Michele Giordano, the favorite pupil of Striccoli Academy of Fine Arts in Naples, refines the technique that is successfully its youthful expression in the first exhibition at the gallery "Vanvitelli" of Naples. Numerous "personal", "collective" and competitions in Italy and abroad, they see it appreciated participant. Aurelio Tommaso Prete, Piero Isgr?, Guido Cappato, speak to him, the state of grace that guides his hand happily. The numerous laurels gathered to see his works from the collections of relief; and here is the "Portrait of Pope John Paul 1" in the picture gallery of the Vatican in Rome, the "Last Light" in the private collection of Senator Giulio Andreotti, the "Amalfi Coast" in one of the Princes Rainier of Monaco. Much more to add, but much more to love and appreciate in an artist whose maturity conferred the divine gift to communicate the depths of his ego through magnetism and the beautiful colors of his works. Specializing in portraits and female nudes, he completes its theme with sea, landscapes and still lifes, mostly oil but also with other techniques.