February 17, 1825|
|Died||February 5, 1898
She was born and resident in Florence. She studied with Carlo Marko. She exhibited in 1883, in Roma: Dawn is Near and A trip in Autumn. At the 1884 Turin Exhibition of Fine Arts, she exhibits: Il sorger della Luna. In this same time, at the Exposition of the Society of the Encouragement of Fine Arts of Florence: Flowers which in 1885, was re-exhibited at the same Exposition. She also participated in the 1882 Florentine Exhibition of Fine Arts. One of her master works is Reminiscenze del Lago d' Orbetello.
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- Invisibile women. Forgotten artists of Florence., English and Italian edition, by Jane Fortune. The Florentine Press, 2010.
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