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Achille Vianelli

( Porto Maurizio 1803 - Benevento 1894 )


    Achille Vianelli

    Born in Porto Maurizio (Imperia now) December 31, 1803, died April 2, 1894 in Benevento. He was a pupil of Camuccini and Pitloo. Watercolourist famous in his time, he left a huge production, made for most of watercolors and cuttlefish, executed with truth, freshness, elegance, and representatives of preference beach Mergellina and internal Neapolitan churches, works that made him popular in Italy and especially in France, where he resided for many years and where he also taught at the Louis Philippe watercolors. Back, for homesickness in Italy in 1850, there continued the noble effort, neither more expatriated. Among its production, which as mentioned above is very wide, and spread in Italy, France, in Europe and America, we can only mention the paintings: “Surroundings of Naples”, preserved in the Museum of Angers, “Arch Trajan in Benevento “, Eugene Good property in Naples;” Roman countryside “, owned Academy of Fine Arts in Naples.


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