Giuseppe Baldini (painter)

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Giuseppe Baldini (1807 – 1876) was an Italian painter, specializing in portraits, landscapes, and religious subjects, born in Livorno where he worked most of his life.

Biography[edit]

He studied at the Accademia di San Luca in Rome. Among his pupils were a young Giovanni Fattori and Giovanni Costa. Among his works are portraits of Capitan Lavarello and S. Pediani, Signora Baluganti; and his Figlio Eugenio. For the church of San Giuseppe, Livorno, he painted Jesus gives the keys to St Peter; Martyrdom of Sts Crispin and Crispiniano; and Jesus at Prayer in the Orchard.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Galleria Recta, short biography.