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Giuseppe Gandolfo (28 August 1792 – 13 September 1855) was an Italian painter, active mainly in Sicily in a Neoclassical style.

He was born in Catania, Sicily, and moved to Rome to study under Giuseppe Errante, then briefly moved to Florence to work under Pietro Benvenuti. In Florence, he made a number of copies of classic works. Among his own designs were a Diogenes, Holy Family, Apollo plays his lyre, Mary Magdalen, and a Telemachus, Agamemnon and Idomeneo. He was also prized for portraits.[1]


References

Memorie su la Sicilia, Volume 3, Giuseppe Caporozo, (1842) page 142.


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