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Pietro Antonio Rotari Countess A.M. Vorontsova oil painting


Countess A.M. Vorontsova
Painting ID::  29343
Pietro Antonio Rotari
Countess A.M. Vorontsova
MK65 oIL ONCANVAS 19 1/2X18"

   
   
     

Pietro Antonio Rotari Sleeping Girl oil painting


Sleeping Girl
Painting ID::  29640
Pietro Antonio Rotari
Sleeping Girl
Oil on canvas, 106 x 84 cm

   
   
     

Pietro Antonio Rotari A Girl in a Blue Dress oil painting


A Girl in a Blue Dress
Painting ID::  69676
Pietro Antonio Rotari
A Girl in a Blue Dress
oil on canvas painting by Pietro Rotari , El Paso Museum of Art

   
   
     

Pietro Antonio Rotari A Girl in a Red Dress oil painting


A Girl in a Red Dress
Painting ID::  69731
Pietro Antonio Rotari
A Girl in a Red Dress
oil on canvas painting by Pietro Antonio Rotari, El Paso Museum of Art.

   
   
     

Pietro Antonio Rotari Sleeping Girl oil painting


Sleeping Girl
Painting ID::  70528
Pietro Antonio Rotari
Sleeping Girl
Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions 106 x 84 cm

   
   
     

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     Pietro Antonio Rotari
     Italian painter , (b. 1707, Verona, d. 1762, St. Petersburg) Italian painter. His artistic career began as a youthful distraction, but his talent quickly became apparent, and he entered the studio of Antonio Balestra in Verona, remaining there until he was 18. He spent the years 1725-7 in Venice and then moved c. 1728 to Rome, where he stayed for four years as a student of Francesco Trevisani. Between 1731 and 1734 he studied with Francesco Solimena in Naples before returning to Verona, where he set up his own studio and school. His most notable early independent works are multi-figured altarpieces (e.g. the Four Martyrs, 1745; Verona, church of the Ospedale di S Giacomo), which emulate 17th-century Roman and Neapolitan works. However, he also studied the smaller, more intimate paintings of Roman Baroque artists, and these influenced his later works. He fell victim to the wanderlust that appears to have been endemic to 18th-century Venetian painters, and c. 1751 he travelled to Vienna, where he was able to study works by Jean-Etienne Liotard, whose clean pictorial smoothness impressed him. He later moved to Dresden

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