Oil painting on canvas measuring 85 x 110 cm without frame and 103 x 126 cm with frame depicting a landscape with figures and buildings immersed in nature by the Lucchese painter Gaetano Vetturali (Lucca 1701 - 1783).
Vetturali is a very interesting pictorial character from the past, known for his complex personality and for a truly eclectic taste in representation.
The canvas depicted here is a typical work of Vetturali, an artist from Lucca who was inspired by a Venetian style especially in the development of the drawing, albeit with a less striking color palette but more calm and resolute in its passages, in its romantic or archaeological views with a taste more concrete and adherent to the typical reality of 18th century Lucca painting.
The painting in question is very specific and clearly expresses the painter's style thanks to an extravagant interpretation given to the landscape and buildings of Venetian origin, rendered with suggestive effects of scenographic expansion happily lightened by a genuine lyricism with captivating freshness.
A cornerstone of our artist's painting is undoubtedly the use of the angular perspective which gives greater monumentality to the buildings and gives grandeur to the scene; another typical feature of the painter is this clear and luminous air as well as the elongated figurines captured in different lively aspects and ritaatte with great descriptive attention.
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