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Serafino Macchiati

( Camerino 1861 - Parigi 1916 )


    Serafino Macchiati

    fortuniana school. Soon he left it and moved to Paris, where he established himself as an illustrator of fame. Later shooting brushes, recalling with invoice exquisitely delicate impressions of the French countryside, and in maturity wanted groped another person: and executed some portraits and various illustrations for a new edition of the Divine Comedy published dall’Alinari of Florence.

    In 1922, the thirteenth International Art Exhibition in Venice, figured: “Garden in the Snow”, “landscape”, “The plow,” “Cherry Blossom,” “Trees in the Sun”; “Apple trees in bloom”; “country roads”; “Pumpkins”; “Afternoon,” “Cherry,” “Lilacs,” “The Seine” to “Vitiry” “The oak and the olive tree,” “Paris: the city,” “The Marne “;” Paris: boat on the Seine, “” Pont neuf, “” Paris: afternoon on the fortifications, “” Vigne “,” Afternoon on the Marne, “” autumn Afternoon “,” Oak “,” The Iavatoio d ‘Anduze, “” the wash of the Mill, “five” Landscapes “.


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