Roman School of the eighteenth century, Still life with pumpkin and grapes

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Roman School, 18th century Still life with pumpkin and grapes Oil on canvas, 56 x 93 cm - with frame 70 x 108 'Roman area. It is a painter familiar with the art of the Castelli family, specialized in the genre of still life. Two were brothers: Bartolomeo (also called the Elder) and Giovanni...
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Roman School, 18th century Still life with pumpkin and grapes Oil on canvas, 56 x 93 cm - with frame 70 x 108 'Roman area. It is a painter familiar with the art of the Castelli family, specialized in the genre of still life. Two were brothers: Bartolomeo (also called the Elder) and Giovanni Paolo (called Spadino). The latter had a son: Bartolomeo, known as the Younger. In their brightly colored and shiny compositions, as in the present still life, melons or open watermelons and architectural elements are often portrayed. Neither