Vittorio reggianini (1859 1938) italian panter. (a c )
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  • Rather odd paintings with most of his subjects leaning to one side and in the same poses but wearing different coloured dresses. Never the less they are great paintings. Thank you Adriana.
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  • 1. 21.08.13 06:00 PM
  • 2. Reggianini was born in Modena, north Italy, in 1853. Reggianini studied at the Modena Academy of Fine Arts where he later became a professor. Like many of his contemporaries, Reggianini migrated south, to Florence, where in 1900 he participated in the Alinari Corcorso with an oil painting entitled Tristis Matris Nati Presaga Finis. Reggianini also exhibited with the Florentine Art Association in 1907/8 and again at the exhibition of 1910/11. Reggianini was affiliated with the Florentine genre painters such as Federico Andreotti (1847-1930) or Francesco Vinea (1845- 1902) painting similar subjects, using similar props, at times sharing the same model and like them inscribed a number of Reggianini paintings, Firenze. Reggianini, Vittorio 1859 - 1938
  • 3. Vittorio Reggianini specialized in genre painting including elegant scene paintings of bourgeois life, figure compositions particularly women’s heads and child studies as well as more humble interiors with peasants. Reggianini combined fantasy with reality, sensuality with sensibility and above all, like many of the Florentine historical genre painters furnished his costume paintings in luxury. Like his Florentine contemporaries, Reggianini executed a variety of costume paintings of the bourgeoisie enjoying the arts. His oil paintings often include many incidental details. Similar scenes are portrayed by Andreotti or Joseph Frederic Charles Soulacroix. The paintings of Vittorio Reggianini are represented in the Mainz Museum, West Germany.