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.


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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