Guido Borelli was born in Coluso, Italy in 1952. He was raised in the foothills of the Italian Alps, being inspired by the beauty that surrounded him. With nature as his focal point, Mr. Borelli paints in the 19th century realism style. He is famous for his landscapes, villas, and other beautiful settings of modern Italy. His works can be found in galleries all over the world and in multible collections, including the Institute of Italian Culture in Amsterdam and the Institute of Italian Culture in Hamburg, Germany, as well as the National Museum of LaValletta Malta. Collectors of Guido Borelli include Johnny Carson, President Jimmy Carter, Carol Burnett, Candace Bergen, Kevin Costner, Neil Diamond, Piacido Domingo, Michael Eisner, Marvin Hamlisch, Goldie Hawn, Bob Hope, Henry Kissinger, Jack Nicholson, Jacqueline Onasis, Luciano Pavarotti, Donald Trump, and Oprah Winfrey, as well as many others. In 1996, he was commissioned by the Italian government to paint a fresco on the ceiling of the Italian Embassy of Madrid, Spain.