Mattia Jona, Master Drawings and Prints, Japanese Prints - Piazzetta Guastalla 5, 20122 Milan, Italy, tel (+39) 02 8053315


Filippo Pedrini, a pair of drawings

lente

FILIPPO PEDRINI (Bologna 1763 - 1856) A PAIR OF DRAWINGS
a) Two women in classic attire; pen and brown ink over traces in black chalk, 122 x 170 mm.
b) A couple with wreath and thyrsus; pen and brown ink, 140 x 100 mm.

Filippo was the son of the painter Domenico Pedrini. He studied at the Accademia Clementina in Bologna under Ubaldo and Gaetano Gandolfi, while Mauro Gandolfi and Felice Giani were fellow students. In 1790 Filippo became a member of the Bolognese Accademia and in 1821 he was elected to the Accademia Pontificia in Rome. He is best known for his frescoes for various palaces in Bologna, including the Palazzo Comunale and Palazzo Hercolani. In 1828 he decorated the vault of the Pantheon in the Certosa, Bologna. An interesting contribution to the knowledge of Pedrini's draughtsmanship, by Alessandro Zacchi, has been published online in 2009. Here is the link.

price: 1.800,00 euros

if you need more information

back to the page of 19th and 20th centuries prints and drawings
back to main page
back to the top of page