Vincenzo Chialli

was born at Citte di Castello in 1787. After having learned the rudiments of art in that town, he visited Rome at the age of seventeen years, and became a disciple of Camuccini, whom he afterwards imitated. After leaving Rome he painted religious subjects at Borgo San Sepolcro, Urbino, Pesaro, and Venice, from whence he retraced his steps to Rome; but as the climate did not suit him, he left that city in 1822 and returned to Citta di Castello. He became Director of the School of Painting at Cortona in 1835, and died in 1840.

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Vincenzo Chialli Il bucato delle cappuccine oil painting


Il bucato delle cappuccine
Painting ID::  72242
Artist: Vincenzo Chialli
Painting: Il bucato delle cappuccine
Introduction: Oil on canvas 67,5 x 50 cm cjr
   
   
     

Vincenzo Chialli Il bucato delle cappuccine oil painting


Il bucato delle cappuccine
Painting ID::  73859
Artist: Vincenzo Chialli
Painting: Il bucato delle cappuccine
Introduction: Technique = Oil on canvas Dimensions = 67,5 x 50 cm Location = Rome Gallery = Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Moderna Year = c. 1835 cyf
   
   
     

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     was born at Citte di Castello in 1787. After having learned the rudiments of art in that town, he visited Rome at the age of seventeen years, and became a disciple of Camuccini, whom he afterwards imitated. After leaving Rome he painted religious subjects at Borgo San Sepolcro, Urbino, Pesaro, and Venice, from whence he retraced his steps to Rome; but as the climate did not suit him, he left that city in 1822 and returned to Citta di Castello. He became Director of the School of Painting at Cortona in 1835, and died in 1840.