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Telemaco Signorini

Italy (Firenze 1835 -  1901 ) Wikipedia® : Telemaco Signorini
SIGNORINI Telemaco A Young French Girl

Palais Dorotheum
Oct 23, 2014
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Variants on Artist's name :

Telemacosignorini

 

Artworks in Arcadja
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Telemaco Signorini - Campagna Dell'arno

Telemaco Signorini - Campagna Dell'arno

Original 1895
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Lot number: 50
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Telemaco Signorini (Italian, 1835-1901) Campagna dell'Arno signed 'TSignorini.' (lower left) oil on canvas 25 x 51cm (9 13/16 x 20 1/16in). Painted circa 1895 Footnotes Provenance Giuliano Matteucci, Viareggio. Acquired from the above. Archiving certificate no. 412600 released by the Istituto Matteucci on July 29, 2017. Born into a wealthy family in Florence in 1835, Telemaco Signorini is often described as fundamental to the development of the Macchiaioli. In 1855, Signorini began to frequent the Caffe Michelangelo in Florence, where he met Giovanni Fattori, Silvestro Lega and other artists who together were to form this group of artists who, much like the Impressionists, looked to work outside, en plein air. Signorini was a fierce patriot and after volunteering to fight in the Second Italian War of Independence, he painted military scenes which he exhibited in the early 1860s. In 1861 he travelled to Paris where he met and became friends with a group of Italian ex patriot artists including Giuseppe de Nittis, Giovanni Boldini and Federico Zandomeneghi. Upon the death of his father in 1862, he returned to Italy, and in the company of Silvestro Lega painted studies of the countryside and the working people in and around Florence. In this period, he produced some of his most famous works, such as On the banks of the Arno in spring and L'alzaia (The Tow Path). In the 1870s Signorini travelled frequently, both at home and further afield. In 1873 he embarked on one of several trips he was to make to Great Britain, travelling with Giuseppe de Nittis to London. He was to return in 1881 for a longer period, journeying also to Scotland. His work was well received and he exhibited both at the Royal Academy and The Grosvenor Gallery. Towards the end of his life he taught at the 'Instituto Superiore di Belle Arte' in Florence; he died in 1901. At his best, Signorini was able to capture the natural beauty of the landscape he was portraying, as well as the character of the towns and the working people therein. He was a passionate art critic and contributed to various periodicals, as well as being one of the first Italian artists to embrace photography as a compositional tool; he was even a well-known authority on coffee.
Telemaco Signorini - A Fiesole

Telemaco Signorini - A Fiesole

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Lot number: 196
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TELEMACO SIGNORINI (Italian, 1853-1901)
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A Fiesole

oil on board

26 x 24.5cm

signed lower left: T. Signorini

PROVENANCE: Private collection, Melbourne since c.1930

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Fine Art
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Telemaco Signorini - A Young French Girl

Telemaco Signorini - A Young French Girl

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Lot number: 1220
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Telemaco Signorini
(Florence 1835–1901)

A Young French Girl (la Francesina), signed TS, oil on canvas, laid down on board, 11.8 x 7 cm, framed, (GG)

Provenance:

Gallery Goupil, Paris;

Collection R. Paolo Signorini, Florence;

Collection Emilio Gagliardini, Milan;

Collection Mario Borgiotti, Milan/Florence;

European private collection

Catalogued:

Mario Borgiotti e Paul Nicholson, la donna e I bimbi nell\’\’\’\’arte del nostro ottocento pittorico, Aldo Martello Editore, 1969. Mario Borgiotti, Genio dei Macchiaioli, Alfieri & Lacroix, Milano, 1964, plate 8, p.12 (ill)
Specialist: Gendebien Gautier
Telemaco Signorini - Ships In Chioggia

Telemaco Signorini - Ships In Chioggia

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Lot number: 19
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Telemaco Signorini
(Florence 1835–1901) Ships in Chioggia, signed T Signorini (ligature), on the reverse stamped \“Opera di Telemaco Signorini, appartenente al Comm. Paolo Signorini\”, oil on canvas, 36.7 x 51 cm, framed, (GG)

Letter of authentication issued by Enrico Somaré Milan, dated 16 June 1941, and

Copy of letter of authentication issued by the Nuovo Archivio del Macchiaioli no. 0032, dated 1997 available.

Provenance: Galleria Barbaroux, Milan (stamped on the reverse)

Private Collection, Italy.
Telemaco Signorini - Le Begherinaie

Telemaco Signorini - Le Begherinaie

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Lot number: 28
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Telemaco Signorini (Italian, 1835-1899)
Le begherinaie
signed with monogram (lower left), inscribed 'Bozzetto del quadrogrande dell'egregio pittore Telemaco Signorini Firenze 1902 MarcoGalli' on reverse
oil on canvas
17 x 24cm (6 11/16 x 9 7/16in).
PROVENANCE: with Galleria Socrate Zetti, Florence Private collection, Italy
Please note that the inscriptionshould read 'Mario', not 'Marco' Galli.
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