Giovanni Boldini  (Italian, 1842-1931) 


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Giovanni Boldini, A Young Lady in Profile


Giovanni Boldini
A Young Lady in Profile
circa 1905

Mark Murray Fine Paintings
Giovanni Boldini, Portrait Of Madame Gabrielle Réjane


Giovanni Boldini
Portrait Of Madame Gabrielle Réjane
Robilant & Voena
Giovanni Boldini, Landscape with Trees


Giovanni Boldini
Landscape with Trees
circa 1900

Stephen Ongpin Fine Art
Giovanni Boldini, A Standing Man, Seen from Behind, Looking at a Painting on an Easel


Giovanni Boldini
A Standing Man, Seen from Behind, Looking at a Painting on an Easel
Jean-Luc Baroni Ltd
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Giovanni Boldini, Ritratto di Cléo de Mérode


Giovanni Boldini
Ritratto di Cléo de Mérode
pastel on paper laid on canvas


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Giovanni Boldini, Ritratto di Alaide Banti


Giovanni Boldini
Ritratto di Alaide Banti
oil on canvas


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Circle Of Giovanni Boldini, In carrozza


Circle Of Giovanni Boldini
In carrozza
oil on canvas


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  The son of a minor painter and restorer in Ferrara, Giovanni Boldini arrived in 1862 in Florence, where he enrolled in the Accademia. He soon came into contact with the Macchiaioli, a group of artists opposed to the strict teachings of the academic system, and from them was inspired to paint out of doors. Prominent among his early works are a series of landscape frescoes for the Villa ‘La Falconiera’, near Pistoia, painted by Boldini in 1870. His preference was for portraits, however, and from the earliest years of his career he displayed a remarkable talent as a portrait painter. During a trip to London in 1870 he was able to obtain several portrait commissions, and by 1871 he had settled in Paris, taking a studio on the Place Pigalle and making his public debut in 1874 at the Salon de Mars. He began to paint society portraits and soon developed a reputation for his dazzling, elegant depictions of the fashionable society women of Paris, executed with a virtuoso technique of bold, fluid brushstrokes. Within a few years he had risen to a position of prominence in Parisian art circles, and enjoyed an exclusive contract with the eminent art dealer Adolphe Goupil, for whom he produced small, brightly coloured 18th century costume pieces that were popular with the dealer’s Parisian clientele. Boldini befriended other society portrait painters, such as Paul-César Helleu, John Singer Sargent and James A. McNeill Whistler, and was also friendly with two of the greatest draughtsmen of the day, Adolph von Menzel and Edgar Degas; the latter is said to have once told the artist, “Vous êtes un monstre de talent!”. By the turn of the century Boldini had become the most sought-after portrait painter in Belle Epoque Paris, achieving such success that his reputation rivalled that of his friend Sargent in London.