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 Augusto Baracchi  (1878 - 1942)

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Lived/Active: Italy      Known for: landscape and marine painting, etching, illustration

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Please note: Artists not classified as American in our database may have limited biographical data compared to the extensive information about American artists.

The following information, submitted by Susan and Joss Sanderson, is from a pamphlet dated 1932 with a biography of Augusto Baracchi and also an etching purchased at the Century of Progress in Chicago Illinois in 1932.  #2/39 showing a bird in a cage being eyed by 3 cats.   

Augusto was born in Modena, Italy and always had a great interest in painting and visited the studio of many renowned artists as a young person.  He studied under Professors Ruini and Graziosi when a teenager.  He became interested in etching and did most of these in pure point in a true classic style.  He was exhibited at all important Exhibitions of Art including the Exhibition of Black and White held in London in 1916 under the auspices of Frank Brangwyn.  Fishing Boat was acquired at that time for the museum collection.
Since then he has exhibited throughout North and South America.  In 1927 he won 1st Prize at the Biennale of Venice with the etching Street of Poverty.  He worked for the Italian Department of Fine Arts on several illustrations.

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