Simonini Francesco, 1686 – после 1755

Italian painter, a master of battle genre. Born in Parma. He studied under the guidance of F. Monti. He made a creative journey to Florence, where copied the works of the famous battle-painter J. Courtois. He lived and worked in Bologna, was a founder of the local school of battle painting. In 1733 he moved to Venice, where he was employed by Fi...

Italian painter, a master of battle genre. Born in Parma. He studied under the guidance of F. Monti. He made a creative journey to Florence, where copied the works of the famous battle-painter J. Courtois. He lived and worked in Bologna, was a founder of the local school of battle painting. In 1733 he moved to Venice, where he was employed by Field Marshal Count J.M. von Schulenburg, a famous collector of art. Accompanied the count during the military campaign against the Turks (1714 - 1718). The works are presented in the Louvre, the Metropolitan Museum in New York, the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, the National Gallery in London, the Museum of the XVIII century Venice in Ka'Retstsoniko Palace, Doge's Palace in Venice, the Courtauld Institute of Art in London, the Art Museum of Harvard University. 

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