From Neoclassicism to Futurism: Italian Prints and Drawings, 1800 - 1925

  • Luigi Sabatelli I, The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, 1809-1810, etching, 
Ailsa Mellon Bruce Fund

     

     

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  • Giuseppe Cornienti, after Gaetano Monti, Alessandro Manzoni, 1858, acquatint and roulette, Ailsa Mellon Bruce Fund

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  • Carlo Bossoli, Balaklava, 1857, gouache with watercolor on paper laid down on canvas on plywood, Florian Carr Fund

     

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  • Francesco Paolo Michetti, Southern Italian Woman Dressed for Church, c. 1885-1888, pastel, black and white chalks on faded blue-gray paper, Florian Carr Fund and The Ahmanson Foundation

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  • Giovanni Fattori, Donna al Gabbro (Woman of the Gabbro), 1886-1887, etching, The Ahmanson Foundation

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  • Telemaco Signorini, Via Santa Maria della Tromba, 1886, etching, 
The Ahmanson Foundation

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  • Luigi Conconi, Vita contemplativa (self-portrait), c. 1883, 
etching with aquatint, 
Purchased as the Gift of Matthew and Ann Nimetz

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  • Mosè Bianchi, Woods in the Park near Monza, 1895, 
etching and aquatint, Purchased as the Gift of Matthew and Ann Nimetz

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  • Giacomo Balla, Ti Ta Tò, 1918, color lithograph, William B. O'Neal Fund

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  • Anselmo Bucci, Place Blanche à Montmartre, 1915, 
drypoint, Purchased as the Gift of Matthew and Ann Nimetz

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  • Carlo Carrà, Testa di Ragazzo (Head of a Boy), 1919, etching, Pepita Milmore Memorial Fund

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