Friday, July 16, 2010

Pino Daeni (Guissepe D’angelico) 1939 - 2010

In Memorium
Pino Daeni
(Guissepe D’angelico)
1939 - 2010

“Thank you Pino, without artists like you, we may well have never known what it means to be a part of blessing people with things of lasting beauty.” — Len Cutter


As friends and a long-time art dealer representing Pino, his passing has fallen heavy upon us. A long and courageous battle with cancer is over, and eternal rest is his. In that rest must certainly be the comfort and knowledge that Pino’s inspiring life and dedication to creating things of lasting beauty was a brilliant success. We were blessed with many exciting and enriching personal appearances to our St. Augustine, FL gallery, Brilliance In Color and ultimately a deeper insight into Pino’s personal life with trips to his home, and studio. Everyone loved Pino and his enthralling art, which now is elevated to historic significance.

Pino was always dignified in the gallery, exhibiting a remarkable balance of European charm and elegance with a clearly powerful American style and steely determination. Every glass of wine we shared with Pino, (he loved Brunellos), and every meal together were opportunities to see the depth of his confidence and his love of painting. He had told us that he was never sure, until the very last strokes, that he had correctly translated his feelings and intent. His struggle for perfection stands as proof of his humility and his clear understanding that talent is a gift.

The thoughts and feelings that I, my co-workers and Pino’s fans around the world feel now, have been felt before by our counterparts from yesteryear at the passing of artists such as Sorolla, John Singer Sargent, Monet, Boldini and Mancini, who Pino joins as one of those who defined and influenced their generation. Thank you, Guissepe D'angelico (Pino Daeni) for allowing us to walk with you through the world of fine art. Without artists like you, we may well have never known what it means to be a part of blessing people with things of lasting beauty.

Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Just a few Originals














































Call us for better images on these originals as well as all available original oils.
904-810-0460











Many of you are aware that we planned and executed the first visit to Pino’s home located in metropolitan New York City. We broke bread together at Grissini (Pino’s favorite Italian restaurant, which was recently featured this past Saturday on Fox and Friends) and then we all enjoyed a Limo ride to Pino’s home which was everything we had anticipated, a sleek design brilliantly situated on a lovely corner lot. The interior was simply elegant and the entire home was enhanced with a large number of the remaining Pino originals. Our visiting clientele acquired nearly 20 works in varying sizes, including some of the largest remaining originals.

I am certain that all Pino collectors will join us in wishing him the very best. It is clear to us that Pino wishes for his work to continue to sell and have it end up in the hands of only the best collections…..we are here to help Pino in doing just that!

Sincerely yours,
Len Cutter, President Cutter & Cutter Fine Art

If you are interested in aquiring a Pino original now is the time!
Please call us 904-810-0460 or send us an email at bic@cutterandcutter.com

Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Thursday, August 20, 2009

Pino in New York


We are so excited to be able to offer this opportunity to our collectors! Pino is a true living master and we strongly encourage all those who admire and enjoy his art to plan on joining us in New York City for an amazing weekend. This is not just a fancy dinner party! We have planned a weekend you will always remember and we guarantee you won't want to miss out.

We will start this special weekend off right with a trip see to the Broadway show “Phantom of the Opera”. All collectors will stay at the Marriot right in the heart of “Times Square”. On Friday we will enjoy several Museum tours with Pino, a fantastic lunch at the world famous “Central Park Boat House”, and to cap it off an amazing dinner at “Carmines”.

Saturday is going to be even better, wow! First we will relax at the hotel for a bit, then it’s off to lunch at “Grissini”, Pino’s favorite Italian restaurant, where everything is made from scratch and cooked to order. Then that evening will be spent with Pino at his home and studio in NJ, where Pino himself is throwing a collector’s party just for us.

This is a very special and unique opportunity, truly one of a kind!
1-800-268-2240
1-904-810-0460

Wednesday, July 22, 2009


Here is a Link to all our available Pino originals, with more on the way.

A Weekend with Pino


A Weekend with Pino
September 2009

Thursday, September 24, 2009
Patrons will be staying at the Marriott Marquis, Times Square.
The Broadway Show, Phantom of the Opera, has been scheduled " front & center" for 8:00pm.

Friday, September 25, 2009
(Pino will join us)
Tour of the Hispanic Society Museum
Lunch at Central Park’s Boathouse Restaurant.
Metropolitan Museum of Art for a private tour.
Dinner at Carmines.

Saturday, September 26, 2009
A Day with Pino.
(Lunch with Pino at his favorite Italian restaurant and a private dinner at his home.)

For pricing on all available Pino originals and event details
(including how you may be able to attend)
Please call the gallery at
904-810-0460.

http://www.cutterandcutter.com/