Giuseppe Marri

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Giuseppe Marri (1788–1852) was an Italian engraver.

He initially attended the Faentine School of Design under Zauli, and alongside Tommaso Minardi and Michele Sangiorgi.[1] He was then sponsored by the Faentine Congregation of Charity, to travel to Rome to apprentice as an engraver.[2] In 1818 he moved to Milan to work under the engraver Giuseppe Longhi.[3] In 1830, he returned to his native Faenza, to direct the School of Design, now directed by Saviotti, and now renamed the School of Drawing and Engraving. In 1849 he accepted a similar position in the city of Forlì.[4]


  1. ^ Elogio del professore Giuseppe Marri, incisore by Dr Emilio Marri (his son); Aureli G. and company, Ancona, 1853. Page 11-12.
  2. ^ page 12
  3. ^ page 14
  4. ^ Scuola di Disegno Tommasso Minardi biographies of professors.