Giuseppe Zais (Forno di Canale 1709 - Treviso 1774)
Small oil painting on canvas depicting a battle scene.
Dimensions: 30x20 cm.
The painting is accompanied by the know-how of Professor Giancarlo Sestieri, expert and author of books on Italian battles. He made his debut in the circle of Marco Ricci, where he learned the vigorous contrasts of chiaroscuro that characterized his early works. Then, he replaced the landscapes by ruins by landscapes of an idyllic and pastoral tone, like Francesco Zuccarelli, his master in Venice. However, compared to Zuccarelli, it is more rustic and authentic without any trace of affectation; the nature represented by him always remains in the Arcadian sphere. The landscape is in fact the kind in which it best expresses its pictorial and coloristic abilities, demonstrating great skill in landscapes ranging from a very light and light chromatic range to a more coherent and robust range. He was also a talented "battalist". Many of his works are preserved at the Museo Correr of Venice.
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