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Luigi Pagano was an Italian painter, known for his colorful depictions of his native Campania.


Biography

He was born and a resident of Naples. In 1870 at Parma, he sent Una mattinata ad Amalfi, also exhibited the same year in Naples. In 1877, he exhibited in Naples: Ave Maria, oil canvas; Un burrone nel Beneventano; Autunno presso i Camaldoli di Naples and the Aspetta in vano. In 1881 to the Exhibition of Milan, he sent: Autunno paese; Col cader delle frondi è morto; Prato napoletano. To the 1881 Exhibition of Venice, he sent La Valle del Calore.[1]

A painter of the same name was born in 1963 in Scafati; studied in the Academy of Fine Arts of Naples from 1981–85 and served as docent academic in anatomy from 1995 - 96.


References

Dizionario degli Artisti Italiani Viventi: pittori, scultori, e Architetti, by Angelo de Gubernatis. Tipe dei Successori Le Monnier, 1889, page 341.

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