Vincenzo Franceschini

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Vincenzo Franceschini (1812 – 1885) was an Italian painter, mainly depicting landscapes with ruins and the views around Naples. He trained with Anton Sminck van Pitloo, and formed part of the School of Posillipo. He was born in Casandrino and died in Naples.[1]

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  1. ^ La pittura di paesaggio in Italia: L'Ottocento, by Anna Ottani Cavina, Carlo Sisi (2003), Page 219.