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Filippo Palizzi

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Filippo Palizzi Painting - La Scuderia by Filippo Palizzi

La Scuderia

Filippo Palizzi Painting - Girl On The Rock In Sorrento by Filippo Palizzi

Girl On The Rock In Sorrento

Filippo Palizzi Painting - The Ruins Of Pompeii by Filippo Palizzi

The Ruins Of Pompeii

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Saint Theodore of Amasea

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Filippo Palizzi

Filippo Palizzi (1818 – 1899) was an Italian painter.

Filippo Palizzi was born in Vasto (Chieti). He moved to Naples in 1837 and enrolled at the Royal Institute of Fine Arts, but withdrew after a few months to attend the private school of the painter Giuseppe Bonolis. Contact with his brother Giuseppe, who moved to France in 1844, introduced him to the painting of the Barbizon School. He visited Paris on the occasion of the Universal Exhibition in 1855 and then went on to the Netherlands. Having returned to Paris in 1863, he concentrated on nature studies from life and took part in the Universal Exhibition of 1867, winning a gold medal. The following decade saw further work on the handling of light both in landscapes painted outdoors and in paintings of interiors. He often painted genre scenes of children with animals.

His only painting at the Museum of Capodimonte, the Exodus of Animals from the Ark, is a parade of different species.

An advocate of the need to bring academic teaching up to date, he founded the Naples Società Promotrice di Belle Arti in 1861 together with Domenico Morelli and the Museo Artistico Industriale in 1878, being appointed director two years later. Filippo Palizzi was named commendatore of the Order of the Crown of Italy and of the Austrian Order of Franz Joseph, and honorary Associate of numerous Academies. He died in Naples in 1899.

His brothers Nicola and Giuseppe Palizzi were also painters.

References

Laura Casone, Filippo Palizzi, online catalogue Artgate by Fondazione Cariplo, 2010, CC BY-SA (source for the first revision of this article).

Dizionario degli Artisti Italiani Viventi: pittori, scultori, e Architetti., by Angelo de Gubernatis. Tipe dei Successori Le Monnier, 1889, page 347-348.

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