Clementina Morgari Lomazzi
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Clementina Morgari Lomazzi
Clementina Morgari Lomazzi
Born1819 (1819)
Guastalla, Italy
Died1897 (aged 77–78)
Turin, Italy
NationalityItalian
EducationAccademia Albertina
Known forPainting
MovementGenre painting
Paolo Emilio Morgari

Clementina Morgari Lomazzi (Guastalla, 1819 – Turin, 1897)[1] was an Italian painter, mainly of genre scenes of intimate, family moments.

Biography

She studied at the Accademia Albertina of Turin under Francesco Scaramuzzi, and married Paolo Emilio Morgari (1815-1882), a painter of sacred subjects, who was the brother of Rodolfo Morgari, professor of ornamentation at the Academy. Clementina had two children Luigi Morgari (1857-) and Beatrice Morgari (1858-), both painters. Tommaso Juglaris was one of her pupils. In 1856 she was nominated honorary associate of the Academy of Modena and in 1864 to the Academy of Urbino. She exhibited at the Promotrice of Turin from 1845-1881.[2]

References

  1. ^ "Morgari Lomazzi Clementina". Luca Sforzini Art. Retrieved 2017.
  2. ^ Arte Piemonte website, biography by Stella 464/MR.



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