(1848 - 1938)
Enrico Tarenghi was active/lived in Italy. Enrico Tarenghi is known for academic painting, figure and genre in formal settings, Orientalism.
Biography Enrico Tarenghi
Enrico Tarenghi (April 14, 1848 - 1938) was an Italian painter, mainly of genre and Orientalist paintings. He was born and lived in Rome. He studied in the Academy of St Luke in Rome.
Tarenghi's paintings The Return from Work and Prayer by Muslims were first exhibited in Turin in 1880, the latter in Milan, the next year.
In Rome, in 1883, he exhibited two canvases, Abbey of San Gregorio in Venice and Fulvia. In 1884 in Turin, he displayed an oil, Gelosia, and a watercolor, The Mother. In Livorno in 1886, he exhibited Meditazione.
Among his other works are: The convalescent woman from Faust, Act one, first scene; and the Temple of Antonio and Fau
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