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Arnaldo Tamburini

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Died  1908

Arnaldo Tamburini (1843 – 1901) was an Italian painter, with a predilection for painting humorous scenes of tippling monks or anachronistic priests. he was active in Florence. A portrait of Umberto I is found in the Royal Palace of Pisa.

Works

  • The Monk Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, New Hampshire [1]
  • References

    Arnaldo Tamburini Wikipedia