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The superb performance sheets and faces are particularly evident in the lower right within two putti, they almost acquire a three-dimensional effect.
The pink handheld putto seems the exit table with an almost hyper-realistic effect. Oil on canvas early eighteenth century to 1714
Expertise Prof. Ugo Ruggeri - Venice
Measurements: Height 94 cm X 134 cm length
Francesco Trevisani said he Romano, 1656-1746 was an Italian painter of the Rococo that was active in Rome.
He left very young to Venice, where became the pupil of Antonio Zanchi.
He also attended Giuseppe Heintz the young. He passed the baroque tendencies for simplified compositions, a more sober expression of feelings, delicate tones and a more functional use of light to serve as the representation. In Rome, he became one of the most important artists who continued in the wake of Carlo Maratta.
In the years 1690-1700, he was especially dedicated to the art of the miniature. Moreover, his portrait activity served as an example to Pompeo Batoni.
References Mina Gregori, the Uffizi Gallery and the Pitti Palace: Painting in Florence, Place des Victoires Editions, 2000
|Height||94.00 cm||(37.01 inches)|
|Width||134.00 cm||(52.76 inches)|