Born in 1909 in Parma, Orlandini was probably influenced by Gaetano Sgarabotto, his contemporary there, and by the Antoniazzi school in general. His work is classical and firmly rooted in the twentieth century Italian style, with clear red varnish and softened edges and chamfers. He was awarded a Certificate of Honour at Cremona in 1949, and silver medals at Cremona in 1971 and Bagnacavallo in 1980. He died in 2002.
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