Color Palettes: Francesco Hayez (1791-1882), Part I

by Matthew Innis |

The painter Francesco Hayez was arguably one of the most important artists in nineteenth-century Europe.  His prolific output and his influential teaching contributed to the culture and spirit of the newly-unified Italy in a way that is immeasurable.  Though today his name – like that of so many of his contemporaries – has faded, his artwork has endured.  One image in particular . . .

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