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Luca Carlevarijs

Luca Carlevarijs
Portrait (1724) by Bartolomeo Nazari
Born Luca Carlevaris
(1663-01-20)20 January 1663
Udine
Died 12 February 1730(1730-02-12) (aged 67)
Venice
Nationality Italian
Known for Landscape art

Luca Carlevarijs or Carlevaris (20 January 1663 – 12 February 1730) was an Italian painter and engraver of landscapes (vedutista).

Carlevarijs was born in Udine, but worked mostly in Venice. His vedute of Venice are among the earliest Baroque depictions of the city. He was influenced by the Dutch painter active in Rome, Caspar van Wittel (often called Vanvitelli). The painters Canaletto and Antonio Visentini are said to have been highly influenced by or pupils of his. Johan Richter did work with him. Also called Luca Casanobrio or Luca di Ca Zenobri, for his patronage by the latter family.

He painted landscapes, sea-pieces, and perspective views. He completed over a hundred etchings of views in Venice, which give an exact representation of the principal places in that city. He died in Venice.

Gallery

References

  • Wittkower, Rudolf (1993). Art and Architecture Italy, 1600-1750. 1980. Penguin Books Ltd. 
  • Aldo Rizzi, Disegni incisioni e bozzetti del Carlevarijs, Doretti - Udine 1963
  • Aldo Rizzi, Luca Carlevarijs, Alfieri - Venice 1967
  • Aldo Rizzi, I maestri della pittura veneta del '700, Electa - Milano 1973
  • Bryan, Michael (1886). Robert Edmund Graves, ed. (Volume I: A-K)Dictionary of Painters and Engravers, Biographical and Critical . York St. #4, Covent Garden, London; Original from Fogg Library, Digitized May 18, 2007: George Bell and Sons. pp. 232–233. 

Venice was a favorite subject of Italian view painters, and Luca Carlevarijis was the first to popularize this genre through his paintings and illustrations.

External links

  • Canaletto, a full text exhibition catalog from The Metropolitan Museum of Art, which includes material on Carlevarijs
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