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Lima 1837–1923 London

Federico del Campo is considered one of the most famous painters of Venetian vedute in the second half of the 19th century. Initially working as an assistant at the academy of Leonardo Barbieri (1818–1896) in Lima, at the age of 30 his patron, Senior Goyneche, made it possible for him to travel to Europe. Del Campo studied with Lorenzo Valles (1830–1910) in Madrid and travelled from there to Italy. The largest group of works in Del Campo's œuvre are the Venetian scenes, which served among other things as souvenirs for wealthy tourists. In the 1880s Del Campo also painted on Capri and in 1887 he ventured as far as southern Sicily.
In addition to his Italian townscapes, he was also interested in figure painting, which he executed with a high degree of technical skill.

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Lot 3124 - A196 19th Century Paintings - Friday 26 March 2021, 04.00 PM


(Lima 1837–1923 London)
After the concert. 1877.
Oil on panel.
Signed, inscribed and dated lower right: CAMPO. ASSISI. 1877.
22,2 × 37.4 cm.

CHF 8 000 / 10 000 | (€ 8 250 / 10 310)

Sold for CHF 13 720 (including buyer’s premium)
All information is subject to change.

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