Aristodemo Landi

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Aristodemo Landi (Tuscany, active after 1880) was an Italian painter, mainly depicting flowers[1] and genre scenes.


He was a resident of Florence. In 1880 at Turin, he displayed the painting Chi lardi arriva male alloggia; Le mie simpatie; Foglie e fiori; Animali che ammiravansi a Milan in 1881; Dichiarazione d'amore; Complimento, and Le oche del Campidoglio, last exhibited at Rome in 1883.[2] In 1881, he exhibited Begonias in the Royal Academy Exhibition in London.[3]