Hike to Lai Tigiel
The world-renowned artist Giovanni Segantini once spent the summers in a hut on Alp Tussagn and from there marched to Lai Tigiel to work on the paintings "Alpine pastures", "The Punishment of the Woolly Sweets" or "The Evil Mothers".
In the picture "Alpweiden" the snow-covered mountain range with the peaks Piz Curver and Piz Toissa on the opposite side of the valley is recognizable. The painted landscape, however, corresponds only to a limited extent to that of the real one, since Segantini has changed it considerably by hiding spaces.
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