Federico Schianchi

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Federico Schianchi (Modena, October 6, 1858 - Rome, December 28, 1918) was an Italian painter, specializing in vedute in oil and water colors of Rome and Italian countryside.

Vedute of Tiber and Castel Sant'Angelo (watercolor).

Biography[edit]

He trained initially at the Modenese Institute of Fine Arts starting in 1878. There he was mentored by Antonio Simonazzi, who taught design, and the painter Ferdinando Manzini, who taught ornamentation,[1][2] he moved to Rome in 1887.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Assicoop biography.
  2. ^ La virtù delle arti: Adeodato Malatesta e l'Accademia Atestina, Daniela Ferriani, 1998.
  3. ^ Il Valore dei dipinti italiani dell'Ottocento e del primo, Giuseppe Luigi Marini, 2001.