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Girolamo Nattino (1842–1913)[1] was an Italian painter, who depicted eclectic subjects, including genre, landscapes, and portraits.

Biography

He studied ornamentation and design from the Academy of Fine Arts of Naples, under Giuseppe Mancinelli.[2] He was a resident of Naples. In 1870 at Parma, he exhibited: Due montoni che pascolano, oil canvas and Frutta. In 1887 at Naples, he exhibited Rimembranze and Lucrezia Romana. In 1881 at Milan, he exhibited: Una filatrice and Venditore di mele (both genre pieces); Frutta and a Mezza (still-life); and a portrait of a woman. In 1883 to Milan and Rome, he sent: Presso il Grunatello a Portici; Frutta e Fiori; Frutta e Avanzi Angioini a Monteleone di Calabria. Alla General Italian Exposition of Fine Arts of Turin in 1884, he displayed: Marina di Resina; Naples da Portici; Contadinello di San Germano, and Roseo di Portici; at Venice, in 1887, Naples dalla marina di Portici; La prima Comunione e Norina. Among his other works are: Un Contadinello: a Forosella; Venditore di frutta; Marina di sera, and Spiaggia tirrena.[3]

References

GAM Milan website dates.
Istituto Matteucci biography.
Dizionario degli Artisti Italiani Viventi: pittori, scultori, e Architetti, by Angelo de Gubernatis. Tipe dei Successori Le Monnier, 1889, page 320-321.

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