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Bartolomeo Pinelli, costumi di Albano

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BARTOLOMEO PINELLI (Rome 1781 - 1835) COSTUMI DI ALBANO
Watercolour, on wove. Signed and dated 'Pinelli fece 1826 Roma', titled 'Costumi di Albano'. The full sheet measuring 264 x 370 mm; to the border line in pencil 215 x 294 mm.

Pinelli was one of Ottocento Italy’s most popular draftsmen and illustrator. Living and working primarily in Rome, he studied at the Accademia di San Luca in Rome and at the Accademia di Belle Arti in Bologna. Pinelli was strongly influenced by Felice Giani's free and abstract figural style, as well as the landscapes of the German painter Franz Kaiserman and the foreign 'veduta' painters of the monuments and ruins of Rome. He specialized in depictions of popular scenes, folklore and rustic tradition. A prolific etcher, Pinelli in his lifetime produced the volume of etchings, 'La Raccolta di Cinquanta Costumi Pittoreschi', and a visual popular history of the city, 'L’istoria Romana', based on Charles Rollin’s 'Histoire Romaine'. In addition, he also illustrated editions of several classic texts.

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