4 de agosto de 2015


Leonardo Bazzaro (Milan, 1853-1937) was an Italian painter mainly of landscapes and interior vedute. After picking up the basics in the studio of the painter Gaetano Fasanotti, Bazzaro enrolled at the Brera Academy in Milan, where he was awarded the Fumagalli Prize in 1875. The following years saw a series of perspective views set in Milanese churches and mansions. Among his paintings from 1881-1887, are the Interior of the Church of the Carmine, (Brera), Interior of the Choir of San Vittore, Interior of Sala Verri, The Ponte dei Sospiri, Investiture of Monks in Monastery, Canal near Corsico; and Scena sul Naviglio.

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