Daniela Romano was born in Naples in 1947 and spent the first three years in Posillipo's birthplace facing the sea. In this period, which is crucial to memory, the artist is impressed by the lights, colors and sounds of the city so much so that even today his painting, despite having a Central European slant, appears suffused with Neapolitan philosophy. His artistic collaborations with Dario Bellezza, Salvatore Fiume, Cesare Zavattini, Peter Van Wood etc. are well known. beyond the ancient partnership with Franz Borghese to whom she was linked by marriage and a son. His paintings have produced some tickets for the National Lotteries, including that of the 2003 Italy Lottery, as well as covers for records, newspapers and books; he has published texts and articles on art criticism, social analysis and a couple of poetry books; he conceived and conducted some television programs. He died in Rome, in his home-studio in 2009.