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F Zuccherelli Wall Art

Italian artist F Zuccarelli (1702 – 1788) is best known for his Arcadian landscapes that were received well in Venice and later were achieved in England where he resided for two extended periods. He was born at Pitigliano, in southern Tuscany and became a painter of the late Rococo or Baroque period. In 1768, Zuccarelli became a founding member of the Royal Academy of Arts, and he was elected president of the Venetian Academy upon his final return to Italy. Under the tutelage of Giovanni Maria Morandi and his pupil Pietro Nelli, Zuccarelli learnt the elements of design while learning about Roman classicism. Between 1724 and 1727, he completed his first commission in Pitigliano - a pair of chapel altarpieces. In the late 1720s and early 1730s, the artist focused on etching.

He managed to produce at least 43 prints, many of which consisted of two series which recorded the deteriorating frescoes of Andrea del Sarto and Giovanni da San Giovanni. During his Tuscan period, he began to experiment with drawings in landscape, though he preoccupied with figurative subjects, and his introduction to the former genre was through Paolo Anesi, the Roman renown landscape etcher and painter. Zuccarelli stayed for several months in Bologna after which he relocated to Venice in 1732. While in Venice, he increasingly devoted his output to landscapes while at the same time, he continued to paint mythological and religious works. His style at first took after that of Alessandro Magnasco, and later that of Marco Ricci.
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