"Painting Of Paolo Anesi Roman Countryside With Herds And Towers"Paolo Anesi was probably born in Rome, although some would like him to be born in Florence where he kept his workshop in the early years . But most of his life lived in Rome where he worked as a landscape painter, the greatest Roman painter of this style in the 18th century. He studied with Giuseppe Bartolomeo Chiari and, later, in the workshop of Bernardino Fergioni. The attendance of the workshops of Andrea Locatelli is less credible, even if that could explain her work as a ruinist and landscaper, and Sebastiano Conca. Influenced by the Bamboccianti, he declined the bizarre style of these 17th century painters with a more Arcadian and 18th century vision. Many of his landscapes were purchased by foreigners, mainly English, who liked this type of style from Canaletto to Zuccarelli. However, his paintings are also present in Italian collections: for example, the Pedriali collection, currently at the Civic Art Gallery of Forlì, includes its landscape with lake and its view of Lazio with river. In fact, many Italian painters have found luck among foreign collectors, especially those who painted small, easily transportable paintings.  His Capricci with ruins of the Forum anticipate Marco Ricci and recall the same subjects as Giovanni Paolo Pannini. In 1757, he became a member of the Congregation for Virtuosos in the Pantheon. His frescoes of the landscapes of the Villa Albani of 1761 are celebrated and celebrated.