"Onorato Carlandi (1848-1939) Pair Of Watercolors Roman Forum 19th Century"We present this beautiful pair of watercolors signed Onorato Carlandi (1848-1939) at the turn of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, against the backdrop of the Roman forums.
The first watercolor illustrates various scenes of genre: two apprentice painters whose master is in the lower right corner, three friends who walk and admire the bow, a mother with her son and the guardian, left a girl accompanied by a caregiver who comes to an appointment with a boy, two friends walking under the monument.
All these scenes frame the real protagonist: the Arch of Constantine: the real protagonist of this painting, against a backdrop of the impressive Palatine Hill, master of all attentions.
The second watercolor plunges us into the heart of the Roman forums: at the foot of the temple of Venus, we can see in the background, on the right, the main arch of the previous painting. Here too, we are witnessing different scenes of the genre: the shepherd with his flock of sheep on the left, two men waiting to greet in the distance two girls who go to their appointments accompanied by their caregiver, a couple talking to a man who loads his pack donkey and a boy sitting admiring his surroundings.
Also in this painting the protagonist is not the diverse people but the ancient Roman remains, the landscape and especially the background, revealing the Colosseum in the distance.
Both watercolors are on sale with two beautiful walnut frames.
In conclusion: two paintings that make you travel back in time, in the heart of one of the most beautiful cities in the world, the eternal city, Urbe: Rome.
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Onorato Carlandi (Rome, May 15, 1848 - Rome, April 11, 1939) was an Italian painter.
He was the son of Francesco and Camilla Castellani and therefore the nephew of Fortunato Pio Castellani. The family had assigned him to a career as a lawyer, but he had instead enrolled at the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome.
At the age of 18, he volunteered for Garibaldi's Hunters in the Alps. Later, he moved to Naples to improve his artistic training. In 1871 he returned to Rome. He exhibited some paintings of inspiration Risorgimento: The Cairoli boat, The prisoners of Mentana.
In 1875, with Ettore Roesler Franz, Pio Joris and Cesare Biseo, he founded the "Society of Roman Watercolorists".
In 1880 he went to England, where he could study English landscape architects. He lived in London until 1891, when he returned to Rome and participated in the association "In arte libertas". At the dissolution of the latter, he founded, with others, the group of the XXV of the Roman campaign, of which he became the most representative artist. His nickname was "Capoccetta", a title that previously belonged to Enrico Coleman. He became friends with the Tuscan painter Cesare Bertolla, with whom he visited the marshes of Maccarese, where the marshes reflected the brightness of the sky.
In 1899, he participated in the 3rd International Exhibition of Art in Venice.
On April 18, 1908, he was initiated to Freemasonry in Italy in the Loggia Rienzi in Rome.
His works are preserved in Rome at the National Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art, the Municipal Gallery of Modern Art, the National Academy of San Luca Gallery and the Museum of Rome and Turin at the Civic Gallery of Rome. modern and contemporary art.