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Giuseppe Bernardino Bison

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Giuseppe Bernardino Bison

Giuseppe Bernardino Bison (16 June 1762, in Palmanova – August 28, 1844) was an Italian painter, known mainly for his history pieces, genre depictions, and whimsical and imaginary landscapes, including veduta di fantasia or capricci. His style was influenced by Tiepolo and Guardi.

Bison was born in Palmanova, but his family moved to Brescia, where he worked in the studio of Gerolamo Romani. They then moved to Venice, where he associated himself with Canaletto's studio. Most of his output was while working in Venice or in the near mainland (Ferrara, Trieste, and Padua). He died in Milan.


Giuseppe Pavanello, Alberto Craievich, Daniele D'Anza, "Giuseppe Bernardino Bison", Trieste, Fondazione CrTrieste, 2012, pp. 319.

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