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Giuseppe Carozzi (Milan, 1864 – Monaco, 1938) was an Italian painter.


He first studied painting with Riccardo Pasquini in Turin, then studied medicine and law at Bologna, and finally returning to Milan and to painting, he frequented the studios of Leonardo Bazzaro and Filippo Carcano. His style of painting was influenced by Segantini and the writings of Vittore Grubicy on Divisionism. He initially painted genre scenes of the lagoon of Venice. His Vedute di Chioggia and I paesaggi montani won him the Fumagalli prize in 1897 at the Triennale di Milan. He had an individual exhibit at the 1912 Venice Bienale.[1] His later work consisted mainly of alpine valley farms and fields.[2]


"biography of their collection of Divisionist painters.". Pinacoteca of Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio di Tortona.[dead link]
The International Studio, Volume 48, 1913, pages 66-71, edited by Charles Holme, Guy Eglington, Peyton Boswell, William Bernard McCormick, Henry James Whigham.

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