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.


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]


  1. ^ Galleria Recta, short biography.