(1841 - 1917)
Federico Zandomeneghi was active/lived in Italy, France. Federico Zandomeneghi is known for impressionist landscape, portrait and female figure paintings.
Biography Federico Zandomeneghi
Federico Zandomeneghi was an Italian Impressionist painter. He was born in Venice. His father Pietro and grandfather Luigi were neoclassic sculptors. The latter completed the monument to Titian found in the Frari of Venice.
As a young man, he preferred painting to sculpture, enrolling in 1856 first in the Accademia di Belle Arti in Venice, and then in the Academy of Fine Arts of Milan. In 1860, he tried to join with the forces of Giuseppe Garibaldi (1807-1882) in his Expedition of the Thousand. This made it uncomfortable for him to reside in Venice, and in 1862, he moved to Florence for five years where he frequented the Caffè Michelangiolo.
There he met a number of the artists known as the Macchiaioli, including Telemaco Si
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