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Francesco Paolo Michetti

Italy (Tocco Di Casauria 1851 -  Francavilla A Mare 1929 )
MICHETTI Francesco Paolo Il Bambino Cattivo Temperato (the Bad Tempered Child)

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Francesco Paolo Michetti - The Pipe Player

Francesco Paolo Michetti - The Pipe Player

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Lot number: 385
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FRANCESCO PAOLO MICHETTI (ITALIAN 1851 - 1929), THE PIPE PLAYER Pastel on paper, signed 35.50cm x 26.00cm Mounted, framed and under glass. Provenance: Acquired Shapes Auctions (Edinburgh) 31st March 2007 lot 596 for £6300 (hammer). Note: Michetti was born in Tocco da Casauria in the Province of Chieti. His father having died when he was a boy, Michetti was forced to work with a local artisan. In 1868, Michetti was awarded a stipend by the province to study at the Accademia (now Istituto) in Naples under Domenico Morelli. Among his colleagues was Eduardo Dalbono. There he also interacted with Filippo Palizzi, Giuseppe De Nittis, and Marco De Gregorio, artists of the School of Resina. Disciplinary problems soon caused Michetti to return to Chieti. He began to spend time in Francavilla a Mare, which by 1878 would be his home. He traveled to Paris, encouraged and supported by De Nittis, by the patron Beniamino Rotondo, and by the art merchant Reutlinger. In Paris, he exhibited in the Salon of 1872: Ritorno dall'erbaggio, Dream of Innocence, and The Pumpkin Harvest. He also exhibited at Salons in 1875 and 1876. In 1874, he befriended the Spanish painter Mariano Fortuny in Naples. In 1877, with his Corpus Christi Procession, a highly colourful, efervescent depiction of a festival, he became recognized as one of the best in the schools exhibition. The next year in Paris, he exhibited Springtime and Love, a depiction of families enjoying a hilltop above a village with a broad view of the sea and sky. At the 1880 National Exposition in Turin, Michetti exhibited Palm Sunday, the Pescatrici di londine, and i Morticelli. At the 1881 Exhibition of Milan, he was a prolific exhibitor with 34 paintings, mostly studies of faces, full of sentiment, and seascapes, full of windblown sails. Later in life, he was awarded recognition. In 1896 he was named a member of the Accademia Pontaniana of Naples; in 1903, he was admitted in to the Roman Academy of St Luke; and in 1911 was named Honorary President of the Regional Committee for the Esposizione Pescarese. In 1913 he was named to the Commissione Ordinatrice della Galleria Nazionale D'arte Moderna of Rome. In June 1909, he was nominated to be an Italian Senator. He had three children, Elvira Michetti, Giorgio Michetti and Liberato. His son, Giorgio Michetti, was a World War I flying ace.
Francesco Paolo Michetti -  The Pipe Player

Francesco Paolo Michetti - The Pipe Player

Original
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Price:

Lot number: 385
Other WORKS AT AUCTION
Description:
FRANCESCO PAOLO MICHETTI (ITALIAN 1851 - 1929), THE PIPE PLAYER Pastel on paper, signed 35.50cm x 26.00cm Mounted, framed and under glass. Provenance: Acquired Shapes Auctions (Edinburgh) 31st March 2007 lot 596 for £6300 (hammer). Note: Michetti was born in Tocco da Casauria in the Province of Chieti. His father having died when he was a boy, Michetti was forced to work with a local artisan. In 1868, Michetti was awarded a stipend by the province to study at the Accademia (now Istituto) in Naples under Domenico Morelli. Among his colleagues was Eduardo Dalbono. There he also interacted with Filippo Palizzi, Giuseppe De Nittis, and Marco De Gregorio, artists of the School of Resina. Disciplinary problems soon caused Michetti to return to Chieti. He began to spend time in Francavilla a Mare, which by 1878 would be his home. He traveled to Paris, encouraged and supported by De Nittis, by the patron Beniamino Rotondo, and by the art merchant Reutlinger. In Paris, he exhibited in the Salon of 1872: Ritorno dall'erbaggio, Dream of Innocence, and The Pumpkin Harvest. He also exhibited at Salons in 1875 and 1876. In 1874, he befriended the Spanish painter Mariano Fortuny in Naples. In 1877, with his Corpus Christi Procession, a highly colourful, efervescent depiction of a festival, he became recognized as one of the best in the schools exhibition. The next year in Paris, he exhibited Springtime and Love, a depiction of families enjoying a hilltop above a village with a broad view of the sea and sky. At the 1880 National Exposition in Turin, Michetti exhibited Palm Sunday, the Pescatrici di londine, and i Morticelli. At the 1881 Exhibition of Milan, he was a prolific exhibitor with 34 paintings, mostly studies of faces, full of sentiment, and seascapes, full of windblown sails. Later in life, he was awarded recognition. In 1896 he was named a member of the Accademia Pontaniana of Naples; in 1903, he was admitted in to the Roman Academy of St Luke; and in 1911 was named Honorary President of the Regional Committee for the Esposizione Pescarese. In 1913 he was named to the Commissione Ordinatrice della Galleria Nazionale D'arte Moderna of Rome. In June 1909, he was nominated to be an Italian Senator. He had three children, Elvira Michetti, Giorgio Michetti and Liberato. His son, Giorgio Michetti, was a World War I flying ace.
Francesco Paolo Michetti - Spring In Francavilla

Francesco Paolo Michetti - Spring In Francavilla

Original 1887
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Lot number: 1115
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Fullsize picture

Francesco Paolo Michetti

(Tocco Casauria 1851–1929 Francavilla al Mare)

Spring in Francavilla, signed, dated F. P. Michetti (18)87, oil on canvas, 41 x 50 cm, framed, (GG)

Provenance:

Giosi Gallery, Rome 1975;

acquired there by the current owner;

Italian private collection

Specialist: Gendebien Gautier
Francesco Paolo Michetti - Il Bambino Cattivo Temperato

Francesco Paolo Michetti - Il Bambino Cattivo Temperato

Original 1909
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Net Price
Lot number: 119
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FRANCESCO PAOLO MICHETTI (ITALIAN 1851 - 1929), IL BAMBINO CATTIVO TEMPERATO (THE BAD TEMPERED CHILD) watercolour on paper, signed and dated '09 37cm x 16.5cm Mounted, framed and under glass Note: Michetti was born in Tocco da Casauria in the Province of Chieti. His father having died when he was a boy, Michetti was forced to work with a local artisan. In 1868, Michetti was awarded a stipend by the province to study at the Accademia (now Istituto) in Naples under Domenico Morelli. Among his colleagues was Eduardo Dalbono. There he also interacted with Filippo Palizzi, Giuseppe De Nittis, and Marco De Gregorio, artists of the School of Resina. Disciplinary problems soon caused Michetti to return to Chieti. He began to spend time in Francavilla a Mare, which by 1878 would be his residence. He traveled to Paris, encouraged and supported by De Nittis, by the patron Beniamino Rotondo, and by the art merchant Reutlinger. In Paris, he exhibited in the Salon of 1872: Ritorno dall'erbaggio, Dream of innocence, and The pumpkin harvest. He also exhibited at Salons in 1875 and 1876. In 1874, he befriended the Spanish painter Mariano Fortuny in Naples. In 1877, with his Corpus Christi procession, a highly colorful, efervescent depiction of a festival, he became recognized as one of the best in the schools exhibition. The next year in Paris, he exhibited Springtime of love, a depiction of families enjoying a beach. Later in life, he was awarded recognition, in 1896 he was named a member of the Accademia Pontaniana of Naples; in 1903, he was admitted in to the Roman Academy of St Luke; and in 1911 was named honorary president of the regional committee for the Esposizione pescarese nel 1911, in 1913 he was named to the commissione ordinatrice della Galleria nazionale d'arte moderna of Rome. In June 1909, he was nominated to be an Italian senator.
Francesco Paolo Michetti - Il Bambino Cattivo Temperato (the Bad Tempered Child)

Francesco Paolo Michetti - Il Bambino Cattivo Temperato (the Bad Tempered Child)

Original
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Lot number: 8
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Description:
FRANCESCO PAOLO MICHETTI (ITALIAN 1851 - 1929),
IL BAMBINO CATTIVO TEMPERATO (THE BAD TEMPERED CHILD) watercolour on paper,
signed and dated '09 37cm x 16.5cm Mounted,
framed and under glass Note: Michetti was born in Tocco da Casauria in the Province of Chieti. His father having died when he was a boy,
Michetti was forced to work with a local artisan. In 1868,
Michetti was awarded a stipend by the province to study at the Accademia (now Istituto) in Naples under Domenico Morelli. Among his colleagues was Eduardo Dalbono. There he also interacted with Filippo Palizzi,
Giuseppe De Nittis,
and Marco De Gregorio,
artists of the School of Resina. Disciplinary problems soon caused Michetti to return to Chieti. He began to spend time in Francavilla a Mare,
which by 1878 would be his residence. He traveled to Paris,
encouraged and supported by De Nittis,
by the patron Beniamino Rotondo,
and by the art merchant Reutlinger. In Paris,
he exhibited in the Salon of 1872: Ritorno dall'erbaggio,
Dream of innocence,
and The pumpkin harvest. He also exhibited at Salons in 1875 and 1876. In 1874,
he befriended the Spanish painter Mariano Fortuny in Naples. In 1877,
with his Corpus Christi procession,
a highly colorful,
efervescent depiction of a festival,
he became recognized as one of the best in the schools exhibition. The next year in Paris,
he exhibited Springtime of love,
a depiction of families enjoying a beach. Later in life,
he was awarded recognition,
in 1896 he was named a member of the Accademia Pontaniana of Naples; in 1903,
he was admitted in to the Roman Academy of St Luke; and in 1911 was named honorary president of the regional committee for the Esposizione pescarese nel 1911,
in 1913 he was named to the commissione ordinatrice della Galleria nazionale d'arte moderna of Rome. In June 1909,
he was nominated to be an Italian senator.
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