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Fabio Fabbi

 (1861 - 1946)
Fabio Fabbi was active/lived in Italy.  Fabio Fabbi is known for Allegorical, romantic female figure, harem painting, Orientalism, teaching.

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Fabio Fabbi


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Born in Bologna, Italy Fabio Fabbi became known for his Orientalism, especially harem scenes. He studied at the Academia in Florence and in 1883 became a professor there.  He participated in exhibitions of the Societa Promotrie di Bella Arti in Turin, and in 1898 received the title of Cavaliere della Corona d'Italia.


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Biography from Bonhams Bond Street
Fabio Fabbi was born in Bologna, Italy in 1861. As a young man, Fabio enrolled at the Accademia Di Bella Arti in Florence, studying sculpture and painting in the 1880's, winning prizes in both categories. After his studies, Fabio travelled to Paris, Munich and Egypt, which was the inspiration for his Orientalist subjects. He then returned to Italy, where he dedicated himself solely to painting. Fabio was honored with the distinction of professorship at the Accademia. Fabio Fabbi's depictions of odalisques and bazaars were well received by the public, and his output was prolific. From 1884 on, Fabio regularly contributed to exhibitions in Turin, Milan and Florence. Fabio Fazzi died in Italy in 1946.



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About  Fabio Fabbi

Born:  1861 - Bologna, Italy
Died:   1946
Known for:  Allegorical, romantic female figure, harem painting, Orientalism, teaching

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