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Fabio Fabbi

( Bologna 1861 - Casalecchio di Reno 1946 )


    Fabio Fabbi

    He attended courses in sculpture in Florence under the direction of Rivalta and won various awards at exhibitions of the wise.

    After staying in Paris, Monaco, Munich, Warsaw and especially in Egypt, he devoted himself entirely to painting and soon proved his skill with paintings by Orientalist. He participated in the Exhibition of the Artists’ Club in Florence in 1888, with “Arab woman”, “A terrace in Alexandria,” “The potter,” “Old Muslim”, praised for the strength of color and distinctive personality. One of his most admired paintings was “Contrast”, considered his best work. Other works: “The death of Anita Garibaldi” in the Museum of the Risorgimento in Florence, “The sale of a slave,” “The Jews of Warsaw,” “Eastern Women,” “The Seven Deadly Sins”, “Mommy,” “Madonna of the ear, “” Mocking of Christ “;” Head of Christ “, awarded in Turin in 1889. He also dealt with tempera and watercolors illustrating the latter ‘s’ Aeneid’, ‘s’ Iliad’ and ‘”Odyssey.”


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