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Giuseppe Maria Crespi and the emergence of…

Giuseppe Maria Crespi and the emergence of genre painting in Italy

by John T. Spike

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Catalogue for Exhibition held at the Kimbell Art Museum, Fort Worth, Tex. , Sept. 20-Dec. 7, 1986. Bolognese painter Giuseppe Maria Crespi was one of the most independent and forceful personalities in Italian art during the first decades of the eighteenth century. Crespi was a versatile painter, who worked with ease in a wide range of subject matter – from historical to sacred and from genre paintings to portraits. Catalogue covers works by Crespi as well as Giuseppe Gambarini, Giambattista Piazetta, Petro Longhi, Giacomo Ceruti, and Gaetano Gandolfi.
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