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View A happy family by Eugenio Zampighi on artnet. Browse upcoming and past auction lots by Eugenio Zampighi. Italian Painters, Italian Artist, Beautiful Drawings, Beautiful Paintings, High Renaissance, Puzzle Art, Impressionist Artists, Art And Illustration, Food Illustrations

Eduardo Eugenio Zampighi - A Happy Family

Eduardo Eugenio Zampighi (Moderna, 1859 - Maranello, 1944) was an Italian painter and photographer. During the 1880s, he began to produce a repertoire of genre scenes, which had an extraordinary success on the art market and brought him international commissions. His intense work as a photographer was for the most part geared to his painting and took place mainly in his studio with the aid of models in peasant costume or the dress of the common people. [Palais Dorotheum, Vienna - Oil on…

Claudio Rinaldi - Four Monks. Rinaldi was an Italian painter born in Urbania. He exhibited in Turin and Florence as of (Dorotheum, Munich) Italian Painters, Italian Artist, History Encyclopedia, Vampire Books, Historical Romance, Turin, Large Art, Ancient History, Middle Ages

Claudio Rinaldi - Four Monks

Claudio Rinaldi was an Italian painter born in Urbania. He exhibited in Turin and Florence as of 1884. [Dorotheum, Munich - Oil on canvas, 75 x 109 cm]

The Little Hermitage - Stefano Bersani - The Silence Austin Osman Spare, August Sander, Alfred Stevens, Albert Bierstadt, Camille Claudel, Marc Chagall, Alphonse Mucha, Italian Painters, Italian Artist

Stefano Bersani - The Silence

Stefano Bersani (1872 - 1914) was an Italian visual artist. [Pinacoteca di Brera, Milan - Oil on canvas, 140 x 194 cm]

Giovanni Segantini Return from the Woods, © Segantini Museum, St Moritz Italian Painters, Italian Artist, Saint Moritz, Kunst Online, Luge, Museum, Georges Seurat, Winter Pictures, Oeuvre D'art

Giovanni Segantini - Return of the Wood

Giovanni Segantini (January 15, 1858 – September 28, 1899) was an Italian painter. He was born at Arco in the Trentino. His mother, who died in 1863, came from an old mountain family. His father, a commoner, left for Milan, to seek his fortune with another son, leaving Segantini behind. At age seven he ran away and was later found perishing of cold and hunger; he began to earn his bread by herding flocks in the hills and there he spent his long hours of solitude in drawing. As news of…

Conversation at the Luxembourg Garden Vittorio Matteo Corcos (been born on October 1859 in Livorno, died to Florence on November is an academic painter and a Italian portrait painter. He stays in Paris from 1880 till 1886 Giovanni Boldini, Italian Painters, Italian Artist, Belle Epoque, Rudolf Von Alt, Illustrations, Illustration Art, Henri Fantin Latour, Jorge Luis Borges

Vittorio Matteo Corcos - Conversations in the Garden of Luxembourg

Vittorio Matteo Corcos (Leghorn, October 4, 1859 - Florence, 1933) was an Italian painter. In 1880 he moved to Paris where he signed a two-week contract with the Goupil Art Gallery. From time to time he went to the studio of Léon Bonnat, portrait painter to the Parisian upper middle class and he successfully became part of elite art circles. For his own paintings he chose fashionable themes: female portraits, scenes of modern life, sophisticated interiors painted in vibrant colours and fluid…