AN INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION CELEBRATES TWO MAJOR ITALIAN ARTISTS
Two galleries and three events in the European capitals of art – Rome and Paris – for a single large travelling exhibition with an international tone, dedicated to the undisputed protagonist of Roman Neoclassicism, Vincenzo Camuccini, and his son Giovanni Battista, a sensitive interpreter of the romantic landscape painted en plein air.
1 October - 28 October 2021 | opening: 30 September
Antonacci Lapiccirella Fine Art, Rome
5 - 11 November 2021 | opening: 4 November
at Galerie Eric Coatalem, Paris
16 November - 12 December 2021 | opening: 15 November
Maurizio Nobile Fine Art, Paris
“I Camuccini. Tra neoclassicismo e sentimento romantico” is the exhibition with which Antonacci Lapiccirella Fine Art of Rome and Maurizio Nobile Fine Art of Paris (which also have branches in Bologna and Milan) will be opening their new exhibition season. An event which unites not only these two galleries but also the prestigious European capitals that host them, where the neoclassical ideal was born and found fertile ground between the mid-eighteenth century and the early decades of the nineteenth century.
The exhibition includes a selection of over fifty works through which the artistic story of the two Camuccini will be narrated. Starting with Vincenzo’s long and glorious career, which led him to become one of the greatest exponents of European Neoclassicism, as well as a witness to one of the most intense periods in the history of Rome. In fact, his work was deeply influenced by the political milieu of the capital, in which he was actively engaged.