Innocente Alessandri

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Oil portrait painting of Friedrich Christian Baumeister by Innocente Alessandri

Innocente Alessandri (born c. 1740) was an Italian engraver, born in Venice, who studied with Francesco Bartolozzi, before that artist left Italy.[1]

His prints include Virgin Mary, with the guardian angel and the souls in Purgatory after Sebastiano Ricci; four prints, representing Astronomy, Geometry, Music, and Painting, after Domenico Maggiotto; a Virgin Mary with a glory of angels after Giambattista Piazzetta; The Annunciation, after François Lemoyne; and fourteen landscapes and a Flight into Egypt after Marco Ricci. [1]


  • Alessandri, Innocente, Scattaglia, Pietro, Descrizioni degli animali: corrispondenti alle cinquanta figure contenute in questo ... volume de' quadrupedi, 1771.
  1. ^ a b Bryan,1886-9