02 Paintings, The amorous game, Vittorio Reggianini's Flirtatious Glances, With Footnotes, #78

Vittorio Reggianini, Italian, 1858 - 1938
Flirtatious Glances
Oil on canvas
24¾ by 16¼ in.; 63 by 41.5 cm
Private collection

Born in Modena, Vittorio Reggianini studied in the Academy of Arts of this city, of which he will become later one of the professors.

Following the example of the Italian artists of his period, he leaves to Florence, where he participates in 1900 in the Concours Alinari, with a painting entitled « Tristis Matris Nati Presaga Finis ». He also participates at the Salon of Florence of 1907-1908, and again in 1910-1911.

Vittorio Reggianini, Italian, 1858 - 1938
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Oil on canvas
64 x 82cm (25 3/16 x 32 5/16in)
Private collection

Specialist of the painting of genre, he describes the elegant life of the bourgeoisie, and particularly that of the women and the children. He excels at the luxurious depiction of the well-to-do, as well as silk the trades. Same as his Florentine contemporaries, Reggianini concentrates on an idealized images of the bourgeoisie liking the arts. His oil paintings often include a multitude of details, involving harmoniously sensualism and sensibility. More on Vittorio Reggianini

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