Nicola Verlato was born in Verona in 1965.
He began to paint around the age of 7, always keeping as a reference classical Greco-Roman art and the Italian Renaissance.
In 1982 he saw “Tron” where, for the first time, it was possible to see entire sequences of CGI in a long feature movie.
At the sight of the sequences in wireframe he immediately understood the complete coincidence between those images and the perspective studies of the early Italian Renaissance made by Piero Della Francesca and Paolo Uccello.
He understood that the only way to revitalize classical art in the present, it had to be done through the use of the new digital programs of 3D modeling.
In the last 40 years of his career a large part of his work has been focused on the integration of the traditional pictorial method with CGI programs.
Nicola Verlato has participated in international exhibitions including the Venice Biennale, the Prague Biennale and Tirana Biennale, and has exhibited in numerous institutions and museums including White Columns-New York, National fine art Museum-Stockholm, MART, and PAC.