( Milan 22 February 1851 - 21 December 1923 )
"Portrait of a Lady"
oil painting on canvas , cm 118 x 80
Signed at bottom right
Beautiful its original frame of the time
A pupil of Sebastiano De Albertis, after overcoming the indecisions between realism and impressionism, between Scapigliatura and divisionism, around 1890 he developed a personal language aimed at expressing pure pictorial emotions, both in the figure and in landscapes and seascapes.
One of his best paintings was the Portrait of the Mother, with which he won a gold medal at the Munich exhibition. He was one of the first with Segantini to share the honour of the invitation to the International Carnegie Exhibition in Pittsburg, as he did for all foreign exhibitions.
In addition to the Modern Art Gallery in Milan, his paintings can be found in the National Gallery in Rome, the International Art Gallery in Venice, the Uffizi Gallery in Florence, the Mesday Museum in The Hague, the Edison Palace in Milan and many private collections.
Posthumous exhibition celebrating Emilio Gola
Milan 1956. Catalogue fig. 24 page 75
Palace of the permanent Via Turati Milan
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