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

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Here are all the paintings of RECCO, Giuseppe 01

ID Painting  Oil Pantings, Sorted from A to Z     Painting Description
8753 Dead Games ioy RECCO, Giuseppe Dead Games ioy Oil on canvas Private collection
30010 Fish RECCO, Giuseppe Fish mk67 Oil oncanvas 20 1/16x25in
70269 Natura Morta con Frutta e Fiori RECCO, Giuseppe Natura Morta con Frutta e Fiori Medium Oil on canvas
76153 Natura Morta con Frutta e Fiori RECCO, Giuseppe Natura Morta con Frutta e Fiori Date c. 1670 Medium Oil on canvas cyf
8847 Portrait of a Man in Oriental Garment RECCO, Giuseppe Portrait of a Man in Oriental Garment 1633 Oil on wood, 86 x 64 cm Alte Pinakothek, Munich
8756 Still-Life with Fruit and Flowers RECCO, Giuseppe Still-Life with Fruit and Flowers c. 1670 Oil on canvas, 255 x 301 cm Galleria Nazionale di Capodimonte, Naples
8755 Still-life with the Five Senses RECCO, Giuseppe Still-life with the Five Senses 1676 Oil on canvas Private collection
76553 Still-life with the Five Senses RECCO, Giuseppe Still-life with the Five Senses Date 1676 Medium Oil on canvas cyf

RECCO, Giuseppe
Italian Baroque Era Painter, 1634-1695 Son of Giacomo Recco. He was the most celebrated Neapolitan still-life painter of his day. He began in the tradition of his father and (probable) uncle Giovan Battista Recco, painting naturalistic arrangements of flowers, fish, game and kitchen scenes. There are many signed and dated works which chart the development of his style. The Bodeg?n with a Negro and Musical Instruments (1659; Madrid, Medibacoeli priv. col.), the Bodeg?n with Fish (1664; Paris, Moret priv. col.) and the Kitchen Interior (1675; Vienna, Ksthist. Mus.) are close to the art of Giovan Battista Recco. The fish and kitchen still-lifes are typically Neapolitan, yet Giuseppe's art is distinguished by the intensity with which he observes light and surface texture and by the clarity of the composition, based on a careful balance of horizontals and verticals. He moved toward a more Baroque and decorative style, and the unfinished Still-life with Fruit, Flowers and Birds (1672) and the Still-life with Fruit and Flowers
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