"This land of the Dolomites is destined to have all the favors. The sublime mountains are not enough to the point of unreasonable, its air and its sun are not enough, reviving, the harmonious city in its old and new houses is not enough, and the people born from the snows, from the rocks, from the woods, from this air and from this sky, rosy and pale, tenacious and ardent, these favors are not enough, this land also had to have a collection of contemporary Italian art, among the most important in existence This collection arose here, in this valley of harmonious mountains, because beauty calls to beauty, and Mario Rimoldi was the interpreter of this voice."
Giovanni Comisso, presentation of Mario Rimoldi's collection for the catalog of the first "Italian Collector's Exhibition", which took place in Cortina d'Ampezzo in the months of January and February 1941.
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