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Giuseppe Cammarano (1776-1850) "Portrait of a lady with Vesuv in background", Watercolor, 1856 1650 EUR
Giuseppe Cammarano (1776-1850) "Portrait of a lady with Vesuv in background", Watercolor, 1856
Giuseppe Cammarano (1766, Sciacca/Agrigent- 1850, Napoli) was a very well-known Neapolitan historical and decoration painter as well as portraitist. He studied at the Neapolitan Academy under Fidele Fischetti, and very soon he became very known for his frescos (realized together with Fischetti and Jakob Philip Hackert). He lived during five years in Rome to turn himself then towards Neoclassicism. In 1788 he opened his own art school in Naples. He worked for King Joseph Bonaparte and for Murat. The artist was a member of the Royal Society Borbonica.
Condition: good, in original easel-frame
Creation Year: 1856
Measurements: UNFRAMED:21,0x16,0cm/8,3x6,3in FRAMED: 25,5x22,0cm/10,0x8,7in
Object Type: Portrait Miniature
Style: Portrait Miniatures
Technique: watercolor on paper (oval)
Inscription: signed and dated: 1856 / Gio: Cammarano: Napoli
Creator: Giuseppe Cammarano
Creator Dates: 1766-1850
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