GIOVANNI BATTISTA QUADRONE
An “hyperrealist” in the Piedmontese painting of the 19th century
September 19, 2014 – January 11, 2015
Curated by Giuseppe Luigi Marini
In collaboration with Studio Berman of Giuliana Godio
After the exhibitions dedicated to Antonio Fontanesi and Alberto Pasini, the Accorsi – Ometto Foundation continues its tribute to the Italian painting of the 19th century: GIOVANNI BATTISTA QUADRONE (Mondovì, 1844 – Turin, 1898) is considered one of the most important Italian painters of genre scenes.
On exhibit, about 50 paintings among the most representative of the painter.