Rosario Morra was born in Frignano (Caserta) in 1953, he lives and works in Mestre.
He attended the “Scuola libera del nudo” in Venice with Prof. Luigi Tito and the “Accademia di Belle Arti” in Venice, studying painting with Edmondo Bacci, who later desired him as his assistant. Since 1979 he has devoted himself entirely to artistic activities.
Among the extented bibliography of books that Rosario Morra has illustrated predominantly with the pointillism technique, it is interesting to name: Thomas Mann’s “Death in Venice” illustrated for Olivetti; Giacomo Casanova’s “Memories written by his own self”; “Una mela per italiani”, “Le mosche di Folon”, “La notte del Premio Campiello” and “L’architetto della Torre di Babele”, by Giorgio Soavi; “Guglielmo del mulino” by R. L. Stevenson for ed. Enchiridion; “Delusione” by Thomas Mann for ed. Enchiridion; “La mia Vicenza” by Giuseppe Faggin for ed. Pozzan; “Le Avventure di Pinocchio” by Carlo Collodi for C. Arte, “L’esperienza e la scrittura” and “Murazzi” by Luigi Meneghello; “Fuga a Venezia” by Giorgio Soavi for ed. Enchiridion; “Quando cado” by Vitaliano Trevisan; “La luce frantumata” by Guido Ceronetti for Edizioni CapitanBook; “L’oblio blu” by Giacomo Corazzol for Edizioni Libreria Pilotto; “Passaggio a primavera” by Dino Simionato for Edizioni Panda; “La lavanda del Brolo” by Casimiro De Crescenzo for Edizioni Basilissa.
Rosario Morra has realized graphic special editions for Olivetti, Studio Pozzan, Artematta and others.