(1842 - 1906)
Gustavo Mancinelli was active/lived in Italy. Gustavo Mancinelli is known for portrait and orientalist painting.
Biography Gustavo Mancinelli
Gustavo Mancinelli (Rome, 1842 - 1906) was an Italian painter, who made portraits and depicted many Orientalist subject.
He was the son and pupil of the painter Giuseppe Mancinelli. He resided in Naples where he was honorary professor of the Institute of Fine Arts.
He has completed many altarpieces such as Portraits of the King and Queen, and of the Ambassador from Berlin, and the Prince del Montenegro. In 1883 at Rome, he painted a portrait of Queen Margherita.
He was awarded the silver medal at the Exhibition Napoletana del 1855 and a gold medal in 1859. He exhibited in Turin in 1880:
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