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Giuseppe Bonito


Paintings

Carlos de Bourbon, King of the Two Sicilies

Concertino

Portrait of Maria Amalia of Saxony as Queen of Naples overlooking the Neapolitan crown

Genre scene with masks

The Turkish Ambassador and His Entourage at the Court of Naples

"Il Femminiello"

The Repose of the Huntsmen

Immaculate Conception

Portrait of the Composer Niccolò Jommelli

Portrait of a Gentleman

Portrait of Infanta Maria Josefa of Spain (1744-1801)

Portrait of Maria Carolina of Austria (1752-1814)

Portrait of Maria Carolina of Austria and her daughter Maria Theresa of Naples and Sicily

Portrait of three noble children

Portrait of Leopoldo de Gregorio, Marquis of Esquilache

Portrait of a woman with her child

Family portrait

Portrait of Infanta Maria Luisa of Spain (1745-1792)

The Artist's Studio

Maria Amalia of Saxony as Queen of Naples (wife of Carlo VII)

Princess Maria Amalia of Saxony, future Queen of Naples and Spain

St. Veronica

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Giuseppe Bonito

Giuseppe Bonito (11 January 1707 – 9 May 1789) was a Neapolitan painter of the Rococo period. Giuseppe Bonito is known for genre depictions on canvas. Many of Gaspare Traversi's paintings had previously been attributed to Bonito. Bonito was born at Castellammare di Stabia, and, like Traversi, was a student at the large studio of Francesco Solimena. One of his contemporaries there was Gaspare Traversi. Bonito represented urban scenes with folklore details and figures of commedia dell'arte. Between the 1736 and 1742 Bonito worked for the House of Borbon in the royal Palace of Portici. He also painted portraits including one of Maria Amalia of Saxony, wife of the Charles VII, king of Naples and Charles III of Spain. An altarpiece of the Immaculate Conception was painted in 1789 for the chapel of Royal Palace of Caserta. One of his pupils was Angelo Mozzillo. He died in Naples.

References

Museum Network; legend for Bowes Museum piece.
Biography.

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Zeichnungen, Gemälde

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