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Name  Ermenegildo Agazzi

Died  1945
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Ermenegildo Agazzi (24 July 1866 – 25 October 1945) was an Italian painter, active in painting genre, portraits, and landscapes. He began his career painting in a style similar to Scapigliatura painters.

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Biography

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He was born in Mapello, and active mainly in Milan. He was the brother of Rinaldo, also a painter. Agazzi studied at the Accademia Carrara of Bergamo under Cesare Tallone; then moved to Milan, and exhibited at the Brera Academy first in 1886. He won many awards and continued to exhibit until the late 1930s.

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He exhibited at Paris in 1900 (where he won a gold medal), at Milan in 1901, at Brussels in 1910; and at Milan in 1915 (where he won the Baragiola prize) and 1928 (when he won the Fornara prize). He participated in many Biennale, and in 1930 had a personal exhibition in Milan. In 1938, he was awarded a gold medal by the Ministry of National Education. At the Galleria d'Arte Moderna of Milan, there are a number of his works, including Ponte Vico a Chioggia (1932); Landscape (1916); Portrait of Man (1909); Valleys of Bergamo (1928); Portrait of a Child (1932); and Il violino (1938). He had fled Milan for Bergamo to avoid aerial bombardments, when he met accidental death.


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References

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