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Painter Filippo Naldi (II)

Radoslav Tomić ; Institut za povijest umjetnosti, Zagreb


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str. 217-224

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According to his own testimony, the painter Filippo Naldi was of Florentine origin. He lived and worked in Dalmatia in the mid-eighteenth century while serving in the Venetian army. He was mentioned in records as a port manager at Opuzen. In the wider Dalmatian area, Naldi painted a large number of religious works and several portraits. This paper attributes to him seven paintings in
churches situated in the Dalmatian hinterland and the region of Poljica (at Zavojane near Vrgorac, Dobranje near Imotski, Kostanje at Poljica, Čaporice near Trilj and in the Franciscan monastery at Sinj). The author analyzes the characteristics of Naldi’s painting and his significance in eighteenth-century Dalmatian art and society.

Ključne riječi

painting, eighteenth century, Filippo Naldi, central Dalmatia

Hrčak ID:

102833

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https://hrcak.srce.hr/102833

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