Da Pozzo Giuseppe (1844 - 1919) Maranzanis De Comeglians -rome "gondoliers In Venice" flag


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"Da Pozzo Giuseppe (1844 - 1919) Maranzanis De Comeglians -rome "gondoliers In Venice""
DA POZZO GIUSEPPE (1844 - 1919) Maranzanis de Comeglians -Rome "Gondoliers à Venise" Watercolor, signed and located lower right, 46 x 38 cm He was born to Daniele and Caterina Misdariis on October 9, 1844 in Maranzanis di Comeglians, in Carnia. In 1863 he moved to Venice to attend the Academy of Fine Arts, where he was a pupil of Michelangelo Grigoletti and Lodovico Cadorin, completing the training with attendance at the School of nude painting ( 1866-1867). In the 70s, he exhibited to participate in the main Italian exhibitions with historical-religious paintings, like those of Rome in 1876. He was very quickly attracted by the realistic school of Barbizon and the Impressionists, to such an extent that he did the tour of half breta of the and in Normandy. DP interprets the landscape with realistic accents and has always taken care to document human life as well. From 1878, he resides in Rome while maintaining close links with his native country; he made many trips to Austria, Hungary and from 1880 to England and Ireland, being fascinated, in 1888, by Scotland. His painting becomes more and more sensitive to light, alternating landscapes, genre paintings and portraits, more and more numerous, as known from the register of exhibitions edited by Raffaella Cargnelutti. He participated in the national exhibitions of fine arts in Turin (1880, 1884), Milan (1881, 1883, 1886), the Promoter of Florence (1882, 1883). At the National Exhibition in Turin (1884) and at the Provincial Exhibition in Udine (1883) he alternated genre paintings and Roman, Carnic and Venetian landscapes. As Raffaella Cargnelutti points out, he was very attentive to photography, which inspired him for the framing of his paintings. Particularly important was DP's participation in the National Art Exhibition in Venice in 1887, so much so that he stabilized at the turn of the century in the lagoon city, where he was a close friend of Pietro Fragiacomo . He took part in many Venice Biennials (1897, 1899, 1903, 1912) in particular with a few portraits. He founded an “Academy for Ladies” painting school in Rome, married in 1902 one of his pupils, the New Zealander Isabel Cargill, who, with Miss Babington, opened the famous tea house in Trinità dei Monti. The portrait exhibited in Rome in 1905 shows the evolution of realism towards Liberty "contempt". 1903 is a crucial year: DP exhibits numerous portraits, landscapes, genre scenes at the Udine Regional Exhibition and is present at the Venice Biennale. In 1907, he participated in the International Exhibition of Fine Arts in Rome with landscapes and watercolors to which he had devoted himself since 1891. In Rome, he collaborated with the Carnian Albino Candoni and Aurelio Mistruzzi, as Cargnelutti underlines in the monograph of the painter. In 1910, he executed an altarpiece rich in Liberty motifs in Previati for the church of S. Floriano in Maranzanis di Comeglians. His last participation in the exhibition of watercolor painters in Rome dates back to 1913, then the years of war and heart disease kept him away from painting until his death in 1919. DP can be considered the leader of the landscape genre in Frioul, he lived through the events of Impressionist painting and knew how to seize the ferments of Art Nouveau. Gabriella Bucco
Price: 1200 €
Period: 19th century
Style: Other Style
Condition: Etat d'usage

Material: Papier
Width: 38
Height: 46

Reference: 788856
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