(1840 - 1900)
Francesco Beda was active/lived in Italy, Europe. Francesco Beda is known for aristocracy commissioned portrait painting, Orientalism.
Biography Francesco Beda
Francesco Beda studied with Karl von Blaas in Vienna, but in addition to working in his native Trieste, he travelled and painted for patrons in Austria, Hungary, and Croatia. He painted portraits of the Austrian empress Elizabeth, the Prince of Rolian, and Bishop Strossmayer of Zagreb.
He also had an interest in Orientalist subjects as exemplified by his painting Il Caffè Orientale di Trieste (c. 1888), now on display in the Civic Museum of Oriental Art of Trieste  and the Capture of Slaves
Francesco's son Giulio Beda (Trieste 1879- Munich, 1942) was also a painter. After studying with Guglielmo Ciardi in Venice; in 1901 he moved to Munich in Bavaria, where he married the daughter of the painter Karl Haider.Displaying 750 of 1207 characters.
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