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Antonio Ciseri

Antonio Ciseri
Self-portrait of Antonio Ciseri painted in 1888
Born (1821-10-25)25 October 1821
Ronco sopra Ascona, Switzerland
Died 8 March 1891(1891-03-08) (aged 69)
Florence, Italy
Nationality Swiss
Education Ernesto Bonaiuti, Niccola Benvenuti, Pietro Benvenuti, Giuseppe Bezzuoli
Known for Painting
Notable work Ecce Homo (1871)
The Transport of Christ to the Sepulcher (1864–1870)

Antonio Ciseri (25 October 1821 – 8 March 1891) was a Swiss-Italian[1][2] painter of religious subjects.

He was born in Ronco sopra Ascona, Switzerland. He went to Florence in 1833 to study drawing with Ernesto Bonaiuti. Within a year, by 1834 he was a pupil of Niccola and Pietro Benvenuti at the Accademia di Belle Arti in Florence; he was later taught by Giuseppe Bezzuoli, who greatly influenced the early part of his career. In 1849, he began offering instruction to young painters, and eventually ran a private art school. Among his earliest students was Silvestro Lega.[3]

Ciseri's religious paintings are Raphaelesque in their compositional outlines and their polished surfaces, but are nearly photographic in effect. He fulfilled many important commissions from churches in Italy and Switzerland. Ciseri also painted a significant number of portraits. He died in Florence on 8 March 1891. Among the painters that were his pupils were also Alcide Segoni, Andrea Landini, Raffaello Sorbi, Niccolò Cannicci, Girolamo Nerli, and Egisto Sarri.

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Notes

  1. ^ "Antonio Ciseri." Oxford Grove Art. Web. 26 April 2011.
  2. ^ "Ciseri, Antonio." Treccani, il portale del sapere. Web. 26 April 2011. (Italian)
  3. ^ Ciseri, Spalleti, & Sisi 1991, p. 164.

References

  • Ciseri, A., Spalletti, E., & Sisi, C. (1991). Omaggio ad Antonio Ciseri, 1821-1891: dipinti e disegni delle gallerie fiorentine : Firenze, Galleria d'arte moderna di Palazzo Pitti, 28 settembre-31 dicembre 1991. Firenze: Centro Di. ISBN 88-7038-213-3 (Italian language)
  • Antonio Ciseri in the SIKART dictionary and database
  • Art Gallery of Hamilton
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