It is clear from the style of his early landscapes that he was responsive to the work of the Macchiaioli
, the influential group of Italian proto-Impressionists.
Goldie; forgeries by Karl Sim; the Macchiaioli
Affair; the disappearance of the painting Psyche by Solomon Joseph Solomon; the disappearance of Urewera Mural by Colin McCahon; the theft of the sculpture Pania of the Reef; and incidents involving Peter Siddell, Toss Woollaston, Colin McCahon, Edward Bullmore, Gottfried LindauerAEs portrait of Kewene Te Haho, Still on Top by Jacques Joseph Tissot, and the collection of Elizabeth Wearn.
Della collezione-tradizionalmente associata alle influenze tardoromantiche di Dumas fils--Michelacci originalmente indaga soprattutto le influenze diderotiane, (combinate alla riflessione estetica, nota a Capuana, dei Macchiaioli
) che la rendono "incunabolo" (Michelacci 137) della narrativa capuaniana successiva.
(16) During the 1850s, a group of mid-century republican painters from Florence called the Macchiaioli
transformed traditional representations of central Italian land scapes.
The macchia artists, referred to in Italy as "macchiaioli
," painted subject matter "that included women, minorities, prisoners, people in insane asylums," he said.
However, national permutations underscore Realism's elasticity in prostelytizing myriad ideologies, evident in Boime's analysis of the changes in France--traced from the Second Republic to the Franco-Prussian War--but equally apparent through contrasts with the English Pre-Raphaelites, Italian Macchiaioli
, German Biedermeier culture, and Civil War America.
(21) Examples of art loans that have given rise to Second World War_related claims are the exhibitions of Schiele, Macchiaioli
and von Kalckreuth works to New York, London and Florence respectively: see Palmer, Museums and the Holocaust: Law, Principles and Practice (Institute of Art and Law, 2000) pp.
A re-evaluation of Italian art in the decades following the Risorgimeuto has led to the rediscovery of a whole series of avant-garde movements--the Macchiaioli
('sketchers'), the Scapigliatura ('dishevelled') and last, but by no means least, from the 1890s, the Divisionisti or Divisionists.
Volpi's early figurative years, under the influence of the Neapolitan school of Posillipo or the Tuscan Macchiaioli
, are well represented in the show.
(4) Italian art historians since the early 1960s have worked on the late nineteenth century and have carried out extensive research on the Macchiaioli
painters and the Divisionists.
In 1892-94, the Jorgensens were away from San Francisco absorbing art in Venice, Naples, Rome, and Florence, where Chris studied under Rafaele Sorbi of the macchiaioli
group of plein-air landscapists who advocated fast-paced, intense observation to depict nature's moods.
As the work stands, the index of rubriche throws up useful references to, for example, aura-aureola, dionisiaco, Grande Guerra, i maestri del sospetto, Menabo, Macchiaioli
, malattia, industria, editoria, fascismo, principio di piacere, elzeviro, zdanovismo.