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Antonio Basoli

Antonio Basoli (1774-1830) was a renowned Italian artist and one of the most influential representatives of the neoclassical style. His works are celebrated for their skillful harmony of composition, precision and attention to detail. His masterful classical and historical paintings, portraits, genre paintings and landscapes, often depicting the life and customs of his time, are highly acclaimed and have been exhibited in many prestigious galleries, such as the Palazzo Reale in Milan and the Uffizi in Florence. Basoli was especially renowned for his ability to capture the inner spirit of his subjects and depict them with a remarkable level of realism. He is remembered today as one of the most influential Italian painters of the 19th century and his works are still highly acclaimed by designers, art historians and art enthusiasts alike.

Antonio Basoli, neoclassical, Italian artist, 19th century, realism.

Eleonora Barbieri

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Antonio Basoli

Antonio Basoli was a masterful painter who was highly esteemed for his ability to create dynamic and harmonious compositions. His neoclassical style was highly sought after and featured in many important art collections across Italy. His works often depicted the everyday life of his time, with a particular focus on the customs of his native region. He was especially renowned for his ability to capture the inner spirit of his subjects and depict them with a remarkable level of realism. Basoli was also an accomplished landscape painter, and his works often featured vivid and detailed depictions of the Italian countryside. His works have been exhibited in many prestigious galleries, including the Palazzo Reale in Milan and the Uffizi in Florence. He is remembered today as one of the most influential Italian painters of the 19th century.

Baroque, Neoclassicism, Italy, Painting, Realism

Federica Costa

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Antonio Basoli

Italian artist Antonio Basoli (1774 - 1830) was one of the most influential representatives of the neoclassical style in Italy. He was an artist of great skill and imagination, whose works are celebrated for their skillful harmony of composition, precision, and attention to detail. In addition to his masterful classical and historical paintings, Antonio Basoli's works also include portraits, genre paintings and landscapes, often depicting the life and customs of his time. His best known works are 'Portrait of a Young Lady' (1810), 'The Appearance of the Virgin' (1812) and 'The Transfiguration' (1817).

Antonio Basoli, Italian Artist, neoclassical, painting, genre painting, landscape, Portrait of a Young Lady, The Appearance of the Virgin, The Transfiguration.

Giovanna Mancini

CITATION : "Giovanna Mancini. 'Antonio Basoli.' Design+Encyclopedia. https://design-encyclopedia.com/?E=60201 (Accessed on January 27, 2023)"


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