Noè Bordignon

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Noè Bordignon (1892)

Noè Bordignon (Salvarosa near Castelfranco Veneto, September 3, 1841 – San Zenone degli Ezzelini, December 7, 1920) was an Italian painter, active mainly in Venice.

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He began studies in 1859 at the Accademia di Belle Arti of Venice, where he was a pupil of Michelangelo Grigoletti, Carlo De Blaas, and Pompeo Marino Molmenti. In 1865, he won a stipend to study in Rome. He later formed a strong friendship with Tranquillo Cremona. He favored painting genre scenes, in a style also favored by Giacomo Favretto, Luigi Nono (painter) and Alessandro Milesi. In 1869, he opened a studio in Venice.

He exhibited Le ragazze che cantano. In 1878 at Paris, he exhibited Costume romano; Il fuso della nonna ; Le pettegole: Un cortile a Venezia. In 1887 at Venice, he exhibited Fiori e dolci parole; Per l'America; Motti e Risate; Scarpette nuove; and Pater noster. He also painted frescoes and altarpieces.[1]

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