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Plinio Nomellini

  1866        1943
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37 Discovered works of art  •  ID: #20463
Plinio Nomellini was an Italian painter. He was born in 1866 in Livorno. Already as a child his parents enabled him to teach painting. At 19, he moved to Florence after successfully applying for a scholarship to the Academy of Fine Arts. Nomellini followed with great interest the courses of Giovanni Fattori , also from Livorno originating painter, who quickly recognized Nomellini's talent and promoted it from then on. Through him he learned the effect of light. Apart from teaching, Nomellini also spent time with his lecturer. This was co-founder of the artist group Macchiaioli, which was strong in the enforcement of realism. Nomellini regularly attended the meetings of the Macchiaoli group in the Caffè Michelangiolo.

Already at his first exhibitions, the visitors recognized Nomellini's talent for lighting conditions. His pictures stood out from the crowd. An extraordinary achievement! Diego Martelli, a well-known Italian art critic, also praised the art student in his critiques of what, in retrospect, was for his success. After graduating, the painter moved to Genoa. He dedicated himself to artistic research for years and developed his style ever further. During this period, Liguria revolted the working class. The protests held Nomellini in several works of art. Impressively, he was able to convey the mood to the viewer on site - thanks to his talent for light and color.

Meanwhile, he exhibited his works at major international art exhibitions in Milan. His independent style was popular and was always positive. Later he also devoted himself to landscape painting. He traveled through Tuscany and was impressed by the local flora and fauna. He painted people working on the field, watching animals and nature with all his senses. An irrepressible, creative force spurted out of him. He fell in love with the area so much that he finally moved to the coastal town of Viareggio. His house became a meeting place for intellectuals. He also regularly participated in major exhibitions in Rome, Florence and the Venice Biennale. Shortly before his death he returned to Florence. Here he died during World War II, in 1943. Nomellini was 77 years old. © Meisterdrucke


Piazza Caricamento, Genoa, 1891
1891 | Oil on canvas

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Piazza Caricamento, Genoa, 1891
1891 | Oil on canvas

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Primo compleanno
1914 | painting

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Primo compleanno
1914 | painting

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“Messe in Pietrasanta” / Von Pli...
1912 | Oil on canvas

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