(1881 - 1961)
Cesare Maggi was active/lived in Italy. Cesare Maggi is known for painting.
Biography Cesare Maggi
Cesare Maggi’s artistic career began at an early age with formal training under Vittorio Corcos (1859-1933).
He moved to Naples in 1898 to study under Gaetano Esposito (1858-1911). The following year he moved to Paris to study under Fernand Cormon (1845-1924).
Returning from Paris, and despite his training, he was far more interested in the avant-garde subjects being pioneered by the Symbolist and Divisionist painter Giovanni Segantini (1858-1899) who would have a considerable influence on Maggi’s work.
He moved to Maloja to paint the Alpine landscapes of the Engadin using the Divisionist technique. He then settled permanently in Turin.
He signed a commercial contract with Alberto Grubicy who
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