Clemente Pugliese Levi

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Clemente Pugliese Levi (1855 in Vercelli – 1936)[1] was an Italian painter, mainly of luminous alpine landscapes in his native Piedmont.

He was a resident of Turin. He was strongly influenced by Impressionism. He also painted numerous vedute, including Il Mercato del Pesce. Among his works are Il Mattino nuvoloso: Fieno maturo; and a Chestnut forest In the 1881 Exhibition at Turin, in 1881, he displayed: Un'occhiata ai lavori; in 1884 again in Turin, he exhibited: Sul mercato dei fiori a Porta Palazzo; La Dora and Uno studio dal vero. At the 1887 Mostra of Venice, he sent: Color del sole; Paesaggio; Fieno maturo and Mattino nuvoloso. In 1888, he displayed Per la festa del Mercato; Un giorno triste; and Un bosco.[2]


  1. ^ Gardens and ghettos: the art of Jewish life in Italy, edited by Vivian Beth Mann, N. Y.) Jewish Museum, New York, 1989, page 184.
  2. ^ Dizionario degli Artisti Italiani Viventi: pittori, scultori, e Architetti., by Angelo de Gubernatis. Tipe dei Successori Le Monnier, 1889, page 394.