Vincenzo Irolli

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Vincenzo Irolli was an Italian painter. He was born on September 30, 1860 in Naples, He died on November 27, 1949 in Naples.

Biography[change | change source]

Trained at the Academy of Fine Arts in Naples, followed by the current painting of Domenico Morelli, characterized by a vibrant use of color. Pursued its production resented the style of Antonio Mancini portraying subjects in the Neapolitan folklore [1].

His talent easy, flashy, brought him great success with the public. The artist has produced over 5,000 works[2].

He participated in the Biennale of Art in Venice in 1922 and in 1924[3].

References[change | change source]

  1. "biographical notes". 2014. http://www.istitutomatteucci.it/dizionario-degli-artisti/irolli-vincenzo. Retrieved 2014-07-09.
  2. Giuseppe Luigi, Marini (2002). Il valore dei dipinti italiani dell'Ottocento e del primo novecento, edizione XIX (2001/2002). Torino: Umberto Allemandi & C.. pp. 438.
  3. "from Dizionario Biografico degli Italiani - Volume 62". 2014. http://www.treccani.it/enciclopedia/vincenzo-irolli_(Dizionario-Biografico)/. Retrieved 2014-07-09.

Bibliography[change | change source]

  • (IT) FIORIO Maria Teresa (1975), “Vncenzo Irolli”, in MONTEVERDI Mario Storia della pittura italiana dell'Ottocento, Bramante Editrice, Milano 1975, vol.3, pag. 242.
  • (IT) MARINI Giuseppe Luigi (1994), “Vincenzo Irolli”, in IDEM Il valore dei dipinti italiani dell'Ottocento e del primo novecento, edizione XI (1993/1994), Umberto Allemandi & C., Torino 1994, pp. 260-264.
  • (IT) MARINI Giuseppe Luigi (2002), “Vincenzo Irolli”, in IDEM Il valore dei dipinti italiani dell'Ottocento e del primo novecento, edizione XIX (2001/2002), Umberto Allemandi & C., Torino 2002, pp. 438-440.
  • (IT) RICCI Paolo (1981), “Vincenzo Irolli”, in IDEM Arte ed artisti a Napoli, 1800-1943, Edizioni Banco di Napoli, Napoli 1981, pp. 90-91.

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