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Giovanni Battista Gigola-Attrib. "Lady playing harp", high quality miniature!!, ca. 1800
Price: 4500 EUR
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Giovanni Battista (Giambattista) Gigola (or Cigola) was born in 1767 in Brescia and died in Tremezzo near Milan in 1841. He commenced his studies in Italy; in ca. 1800 Gigola traveled to Paris, where he joined the studio of Isabey. According to Leisching, he may have participated in several exhibitions in Paris beginning from 1803. Sometime later he returned to Milan, where he was a protégé of the viceroy Eugene, Duke of Leuchtenberg (Eugene de Beauharnais). Besides miniatures on ivory, Gigola also painted on enamel. In fact, he is considered the artist who reintroduced this technique to Italy. He also drew illustrations for Byron and Lodovico da Porto. Schidlof says, his miniatures show no influence of his master Isabey, they are of a typical Italian technique, with slightly dull coloring and the backgrounds painted in gouache.
Creation Year: ca 1800
Measurements:UNFRAMED:7,5x7,5cm/3,0x3,0in FRAMED: 8,7x8,7cm/3,4x3,4in
Object Type:Framed miniature
Style: Portrait Miniatures
Technique: watercolor on ivory
Creator: Giovanni Battista (Giambattista) Gigola
Creator Dates: 1767 Brescia-1841 Milan
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