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January 14, 1841 -- March 2, 1895, French impressionist.

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Here are all the paintings of Evaristo Baschenis 01

ID Painting  Oil Pantings, Sorted from A to Z     Painting Description
98405 Agliardi Triptych Evaristo Baschenis Agliardi Triptych between 1665(1665) and 1670(1670) Medium oil on canvas Dimensions Height: 115 cm (45.3 in). Width: 163 cm (64.2 in).
98406 Musical Instruments Evaristo Baschenis Musical Instruments oil on canvas Dimensions 99 x 146 cm (39 x 57.5 in)
40477 Self-Life with Musical instruments Evaristo Baschenis Self-Life with Musical instruments mk156 c.1650 Oil on canvs 115x160cm
27 Still Life of Musical Instruments Evaristo Baschenis Still Life of Musical Instruments 1650 Pinacoteca dell'Accademia Carrara, Bergamo
22403 Still Life of Musical Instruments (mk14) Evaristo Baschenis Still Life of Musical Instruments (mk14) c 1650 Oil on canvas,75 x 108 cm Pinacteca dell' Accademia Carrara,Bergamo
33587 Still Life with Musical Instruments Evaristo Baschenis Still Life with Musical Instruments mk86 c.1650 Oil on canvas 115x160cm Bergamo,Galleria dell'Accademia Carrara
78872 Still Life with Musical Instruments Evaristo Baschenis Still Life with Musical Instruments Oil on canvas cjr
81922 Still Life with Musical Instruments Evaristo Baschenis Still Life with Musical Instruments undated Medium Oil on canvas cyf
98407 Still Life with Musical Instruments Evaristo Baschenis Still Life with Musical Instruments oil on canvas
98041 Still life with musical instruments and a parrot Evaristo Baschenis Still life with musical instruments and a parrot 1650s Medium oil on canvas Dimensions 135 x 170.5 cm cyf
28 Still Life with Musical Instruments_a Evaristo Baschenis Still Life with Musical Instruments_a Pinacoteca di Brera, Milan

Evaristo Baschenis
1617-1677 Italian Evaristo Baschenis Galleries Italian painter. He came from a family of painters originally from Averara, Lombardy, but with different branches active in the provinces of Bergamo and Trentino, mostly specializing in fresco decoration of churches. He probably started working within the same regional tradition but soon came to specialize in still-lifes and moved beyond his familys limited and provincial style to create a richer and more complex art.
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