(1855 - 1941)
Giorgio Lucchesi was active/lived in Italy. Giorgio Lucchesi is known for still life, landscape and genre painting, teaching.
Biography Giorgio Lucchesi
Giorgio Lucchesi was born in Lucca in 1855. He studied at the Accademia di Belle arti di Lucca, where he was a pupil of Norfini. His career took off mainly in his hometown. At first he was attracted to subjects concerning landscapes and genre painting. Later he was fond of still life painting, perfecting his technique until it became very precise and enabled him to produce very impressive canvases.
In 1883, he presented two paintings in Rome, "Il giorno di Pasqua" (Easter Day) and "Grappoli d'uva" (Bunches of Grapes). In 1896 and '97 he participated in the Art and Flower Show in Florence and in 1897 at the Venice Biennial. He also showed at several international exhibitions in Munich, Paris, Palermo and Milan.
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