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  1. Ricci, Sebastiano. Sebastiano Ricci fue el verdadero renovador de la pintura veneciana entre el siglo XVII y el XVIII. Discípulo de Sebastiano Mazzoni, Ricci viajó profusamente en sus años juveniles. Está documentado en Bolonia, hacia 1680, y en Parma, en 1685, ciudades de gran tradición pictórica, donde entró en contacto, por un lado ...

  2. Entre 1712 y 1716 Sebastiano y Marco se trasladan a Inglaterra, trabajando en la decoración del Hospital de Chelsea y la casa de Lord Burlington en Piccadilly. Esta estancia británica le servirá para acentuar su fama como decorador, lo que le llevará a recibir importantes encargos de diferentes cortes, entre otras la de Turín, donde ...

  3. 17/08/2020 · Sebastiano Ricci was born in Belluno, and studied in Venice. He worked largely in Venice, but also in Parma. He visited Rome, Florence and other Italian cities. In 1712-16(?) he was in England, returning to Venice via France and possibly Holland. He died in Venice. Ricci was a leading decorative painter of the period.

  4. Lista de pinturas de Sebastiano Ricci Un artículo de Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre. Esta página proporciona una lista cronológica de pinturas del veneciano Sebastiano Ricci (1659-1734).

  5. Ricci, without doubt, looked very closely at the work of Veronese, whose badly damaged frescoes in the Church of San Sebastiano he was commissioned to restore circa 1700, and the similarities between the present composition and those of Veronese could argue in favor towards an attribution to Ricci. Another argument in favor of an attribution to ...

  6. Ricci painted a number of pictures for his first English patron, Richard Boyle, 3rd Earl of Burlington (1694–1753), including the monumental canvases of mythological subjects that are still at Burlington House (now the Royal Academy, London). This type of scandalous, yet moralising subject was favoured by Ricci, since it allowed him to ...

  7. It is this period, circa 1712-7, that Ricci spent working in England where he executed commissions for Chelsea Hospital Chapel and Burlington House in London, the latter including a vast mural depicting The Meeting of Bacchus and Ariadne ( in situ ). Any suggestion that the present picture was made during Ricci's English sojurn must remain ...