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Catello Palmigiano (Castellamare di Stabia, just south of Naples, September 18, 1853 - After 1883) was an Italian painter, mainly of genre subjects, often in period costume.

He studied at the Institute of Fine Arts in Naples, but was a resident of Castellamare di Stabia. In 1883 at Rome, he exhibited Fantasia and Ricordi di Castellamare. He exhibited in other cities Neo-Pompeian subjects, including Iltempio di Venere a Pompei.[1] He emigrated to Brazil.[2]


Dizionario degli Artisti Italiani Viventi: pittori, scultori, e Architetti., by Angelo de Gubernatis. Tipe dei Successori Le Monnier, 1889, page 349.
Artisti Napoletani Viventi: Pittori, scultori, incisori, ed Architetti. Enrico Gianelli, preface by Eduardo Dalbono. Tipografia Melfi e Joele, Naples, 1916, page 349.

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