Until February 19th 2017, “Anima bianca. La neve da De Nittis a Morbelli” (“White Soul. Snow from De Nittis to Morbelli”) offers to prove to you in just how many ways snow inspired Italian painters of the 19th century.
The show includes 25 paintings by Angelo Morbelli, Giovanni Boldini, Telemaco Signorini, Emilio Longoni, Carlo Fornara, Giovanni Segantini, Gerolamo Induno and Giuseppe De Nittis, among others. It opened on October 20th 2016 at GAM Manzoni in Milan, and is curated by Enzo Savoia and Francesco Luigi Maspes.
Happy winter season!
Angelo Inganni, "The Column of San Martiniano al Verziere with Snow Effect", oil on canvas
Angelo Morbelli, "Snow", oil on canvas
Carlo Fornara, "The Kite", oil on canvas
Carlo Fornara, "Last Rays", oil on canvas
Emilio Longoni, "Glacier", oil on canvas
Filippo Carcano, "The Glacier of Cambrena", oil on canvas
Francesco Filippini "Vesper (Snowing)", oil on canvas
Girolamo Induno, "Pescarenico in the Winter", oil on canvas
Snow in 19th-century Italian art
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