Ritratto della principessa Pamphili


Francesco Trombadori

Material and technique: 
Olio su tela
cm. 74x53,5
Collezione Giuseppe Bertolami

Masterpieces of the hall

The hall

The painting “My Syracuse!” (c. 1919), exhibited in 1922 at the annual exhibition of the Society of Amateurs and Connoisseurs of Fine Art, marks a milestone in Trombadori’s painting and between 1920 and 1923 he gradually left his short divisionist period behind him.
In 1923, at the Second Rome Biennale, Trombadori introduced his new painting style with one of his portraits, “Portrait of a Young Woman”, which was exhibited in room V together with works by Carlo Socrate and Antonio Donghi, both described by critics as “Neoclassical” artists.

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