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Giuseppe Patania (January 18, 1780 – February 23, 1852) was an Italian painter of the Neoclassical period. He painted portraits and historical subjects.


Roger of Sicily Receiving the Keys of Palermo.
Giuseppe Patania: Ratto d‘ Europa (1828-1829). Galleria d’Arte Moderna (Palermo)


Biography

He was born in Palermo, Sicily. He studied with Giuseppe Velasco and Vincenzo Riolo.[1] He is buried in San Domenico in Palermo, where his tomb states Selected the beautiful from Nature.[2] Among his pupils were Pietro Marchese di Castrogiovanni,[3] Giuseppe Bagnasco,[4] Francesco Sacco,[5] Giuseppe Carta,[6] Andrea D'Antoni and Pietro Volpes.


References

"Galleria Roma". website, entry on painter. Archived from the original on July 14, 2013. Retrieved January 2, 2016.
G. Dennis (1864). "A handbook for travellers in Sicily". John Murray. p. 43. Retrieved January 2, 2016.
Memorie su la Sicilia, volume 3, by Guglielmo Capozzo (1842), Page 137.
G Capozzo, page 138.
G Capozzo, page 138.
G Capozzo, page 139.

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