Roberto d’Azeglio

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Roberto d’Azeglio.

Márchese Roberto d’Azeglio (1790–1862) was an Italian painter.


Born in Turin, he painted historical works in the manner of Gaudenzio Ferrari. He was the brother of Marchese Massimo Taparelli d'Azeglio. He became director of the Turin Gallery, and wrote several books on art. He died in his birthplace. The diplomat Vittorio Emanuelle Taparelli was his son.[1]


  1. ^ Bryan 1886