Anthony Ambrose Alciati

Anthony Ambrose Alciati

Anthony Ambrose Alciati

Anthony Ambrose Alciati
Anthony Ambrose Alciati (Vercelli, 1878 - Milan, 1929) was an Italian painter. After early studies at the Institute of Fine Arts of Vercelli, in 1887 he moved to Milan where he attended the Brera Academy of Fine Arts under Vespasian Caesar Bignami and heel, in 1920 succeeded by the chair of the figure. He said, especially as a portraitist, revealing influences Tranquillo Cremona for the mix of colors and Giovanni Boldini to the frivolity and the flimsiness of some female figures (Gallery of Modern Art in Milan and Rome). It was also the author of frescoes in the Villa Pirotta Brunate (Como), Lombardy, and in some churches.

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