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Federico zandomeneghi Moulin de la Galette (nn02) oil painting


Moulin de la Galette (nn02)
Painting ID::  23114
Federico zandomeneghi
Moulin de la Galette (nn02)
c.1878 Oil on canvas 31 1/2x47 1/4"

   
   
     

Federico zandomeneghi Mother and Daughter (nn02) oil painting


Mother and Daughter (nn02)
Painting ID::  23115
Federico zandomeneghi
Mother and Daughter (nn02)
1879 Oil on canvas 24 3/8x20 1/2"

   
   
     

Federico zandomeneghi Place d'Anvers (nn02) oil painting


Place d'Anvers (nn02)
Painting ID::  23116
Federico zandomeneghi
Place d'Anvers (nn02)
Paris 1880 Oil on canvas 39 5/8x53 1/8"

   
   
     

Federico zandomeneghi At the Cafe de la Nouvelle Athenes oil painting


At the Cafe de la Nouvelle Athenes
Painting ID::  23117
Federico zandomeneghi
At the Cafe de la Nouvelle Athenes
1885 Oil on canvas 35 1/2x27 1/2"

   
   
     

Federico zandomeneghi In a box at the Theater (nn02) oil painting


In a box at the Theater (nn02)
Painting ID::  23118
Federico zandomeneghi
In a box at the Theater (nn02)
c.1890-1895 Oil on canvas 28x34 5/8"

   
   
     

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     Federico zandomeneghi
     Italian Painter, 1841-1917 .Italian painter. His father Pietro and grandfather Luigi tried to interest him in the plastic arts, but from a very early age he showed a stronger inclination for painting. Zandomeneghi soon rebelled against their teachings, and by 1856 he was attending the Accademia di Belle Arti in Venice, studying under the painters Michelangelo Grigoletti (1801-70) and Pompeo Molmenti (1819-94). As a Venetian he was born an Austrian subject, and, to escape conscription, he fled his city in 1859 and went to Pavia, where he enrolled at the university. In the following year he followed Garibaldi in the Expedition of the Thousand; afterwards, having been convicted of desertion and therefore unable to return to Venice, he went to Florence, where he remained from 1862 to 1866. This period was essential for his artistic development. In Tuscany he frequented the Florentine painters known as the Macchiaioli, with some of whom he took part in the Third Italian War of Independence (1866). Zandomeneghi formed a strong friendship with Telemaco Signorini and Diego Martelli, with whom he corresponded frequently for the rest of his life. In this period he painted the Palazzo Pretorio of Florence

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