(1765 - 1836)
Francesco Alberi was active/lived in France. Francesco Alberi is known for painting.
Biography Francesco Alberi
Francesco Alberi (1765-1836), the painter, was active in Bologna, Padua, Rimini and Rome. He got his education from Giuseppe Soleri in Rimini, after which he was a student under Domenico Corvi in Rome. Five years later he went back to Rimini, where he painted numerous famous families, such as Battaglini, Garampi, Ganganelli and Spina.
In 1799 he became a professor in design on the am Lyceum in Rimini. From 1803 to 1806 he was a professor in the Academy for Fine arts in Bologna and to 1810 in Padua. Alberi painted preferentially classic Greek-Roman and historic themes.
Alberi also wrote some art books, for example his "Teorie dell’arte pittorica"[Theory on the art of the panting].