(1825 - 1898)
Giuseppe Bertini was active/lived in Italy. Giuseppe Bertini is known for history, allegory and military subject easel and mural painting.
Biography Giuseppe Bertini
Giuseppe Bertini (1825-1898) was an Italian painter, active in Milan. He studied at the Brera under Luigi Sabatelli and Giuseppe Bisi, and in 1845 was awarded the Prix de Rome on the strength of a picture of the meeting between Dante and Fra Ilario. He also painted the Triumphal entry of the allied sovereigns into that city after the battle of Magenta (after 1859).
He painted frescoes on a vaulted room of the residence of the Puricelli Guerra, representing the great men of the Middle Ages, backgrounded against perspectives of Gothic architecture. He painted the sipario in collaboration with Raffaele Casnedi for the theatre of La Scala in 1862. The Sala Dorata in the Poldi-Pezzoli Museum at Milan has a series rogallery.com
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