| Angelo Beccaria|| 1897|
Angelo Beccaria Wikipedia
Angelo Beccaria (Turin, May, 1820–1897) was an Italian landscape painter active in the Piedmont.
Since the age of 18, he trained in the Accademia Albertina under Giovanni Battista Biscarra. As a young man he had a bout of visual loss, but continued to paint; the malady convinced him to abandon figure painting. A mentor in landscape painting was Massimo d' Azeglio. He was a colleague of Carlo Piacenza and Edoardo Perotti, and would travel to the mountains to paint outdoors. He served as a tutor for the Royal Family, including princes Amedeo and Oddone, and princesses Clotilde and Maria Pia. One of his pupils was Giuseppe Camino.
Among his works are Il mattino; La vita rustica; Passeggiata nel parco; Le Fienaiole di Val Sesia; Il approssimarsi del temporale; Il Guado; Il Crepuscolo; Betulle; and a number of watercolors.