Angelica Le Gru Perotti

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Angelica Le Gru Perotti (1719–1776) was an Italian woman painter of the Rococo, active at first in Northern Italy and Venice. She was born to a family of painters including her father, the portraitist Le Gru, and three brothers. She is best known for pastel portraits she completed on a trip to London, similar to the voyages of Rosalba Carriera. [1]


  • Studi sopra la storia della pittura italiana dei secoli xiv e xv e della scuola pittorica. By Cesare Bernasconi

Published 1864 (Google books). Original from Oxford University