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Francesco Hayez (Acquaviva delle fonti, 10 febbraio 1791 – Milano, 26 novembre 1882) è stata una pittore italiano, massimo esponente del romanticismo storico.

Nacque in una famiglia di condizioni modeste. Il padre Giovanni era di origini francesi; La madre, Chiara Torcella, di Murano. Il piccolo Francesco, ultimo di cinque figli, venne affidato ad una sorella della madre che aveva sposato Giovanni Binasco, armatore e mercante d'arte proprietario di una discreta collezione di dipinti.

Già da piccolo mostrò una predisposizione per il disegno e lo zio lo affidò ad un restauratore affinché ne imparasse il mestiere.

In seguito divenne allievo del pittore Francesco Magiotto presso il quale rimase per tre anni. Frequentò il primo corso di nudo nel 1803 e nel 1806 venne ammesso ai corsi di pittura della Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti dove fu allievo di Teodoro Matteini.

Nel 1809 vinse un concorso indetto dall'Accademia di Venezia per l'alunnato presso l'Accademia di San Luca a Roma e si trasferì nella capitale dove divenne allievo di Canova che ne fu la guida e il protettore negli anni romani.

Nel 1814 lasciò Roma in seguito ad un'aggressione, pare per vicende sentimentali, e si trasferì a Napoli dove gli venne commissionato da Gioacchino Murat il dipinto Ulisse alla corte di Alcinoo.

Nel 1822 viene chiamato ad insegnare all' Accademia di Belle Arti di Brera, come aiuto di Luigi Sabatelli. Insegnò all'Accademia, come aggiunto, fino al 1850, quando, alla morte di Sabatelli, ne assunse la cattedra che tenne fino al 1879.

Si spense a Milano il 21 dicembre 1882 all’età di 91 anni.

Opere [modifica]

La sua arte, basata su eccellenti doti di disegnatore, non è esente da una certa freddezza ed artificiosità. Il suo romanticismo è sempre stato considerato infatti più formale che sostanziale.

La sua miglior produzione artistica è considerata quella dei ritratti che egli fece ad alcuni degli uomini più famosi dei suoi tempi: Gioacchino Rossini, Ugo Foscolo, Alessandro Manzoni, Antonio Rosmini, Massimo d'Azeglio e Cavour.

L'elencazione delle opere di Hayez non è agevole in quanto spesso non le firmava oppure non le datava. Spesso la data indicata nei testi non è veramente la data di produzione, ma è quella di donazione. Inoltre dipingeva più volte gli stessi soggetti con minime variazioni oppure a volte senza modifica alcuna.

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    Francesco Hayez (Acquaviva delle fonti, 10 February 1791 - Milan, 26 November 1882) was an Italian painter, maximum exponent of the historical romance.

    He was born into a family of modest conditions. John's father was of French origin, his mother, Clare Torcello, Murano. The little Francesco, the last of five children, was taken by a mother's sister who had married John Binasco, owner and art dealer owner of a discrete collection of paintings.

    Already as a child he showed a predisposition for the design and his uncle gave him a restorer so they learn the trade.

    Later he became a pupil of the painter Francesco Magiotto at which he remained for three years. He attended the first course in 1803 and laid bare in 1806 was admitted to courses in painting of the New Academy of Fine Arts where he was a pupil of Theodore Matteini.

    In 1809 he won a competition in Venice dall'Accademia for the student at the Accademia di San Luca in Rome and moved to the capital where he became a pupil of Canova who was the guide and protector in Rome.

    In 1814 he left Rome after an attack, apparently for emotional events, and moved to Naples where he was commissioned by Gioacchino Murat painted Ulysses at the court of Alcinoo.

    In 1822 was called to teach all 'Accademia di Belle Arti di Brera, aid Luigi Sabatelli. He taught at as added, until 1850, when the death of Sabatelli, I assumed the chair that held until 1879.

    He died in Milan on 21 December 1882 at the age of 91 years.

    Works [edit]

    His art, based on excellent skills designer, is not without a certain coldness and artificiality. His romanticism is in fact always been considered more formal than substantive.

    Her best artistic production is considered one of the portraits that he made some of the most famous men of his time: Gioacchino Rossini, Ugo Foscolo, Alessandro Manzoni, Antonio Rosmini, Massimo d'Azeglio and Cavour.

    The list of works by Hayez is not easy because often not signed or not dated. Often, the date specified in the texts is not really the date of production, but the donation. Also repeatedly painted the same subjects with minor changes, or sometimes without any change.

  • 1 decennio fa

    Francesco Hayez (Acquaviva delle fonti, 10 February 1791

    - Milano, 26 November 1882) was an Italian painter,

    maximum exponent of the historical romance.

    He was born into a family of modest conditions. The father

    John was of French origin, his mother, Clare

    Torcello, Murano. The little Francesco, the last of

    five children, was taken by a sister of the mother

    who had married John Binasco, merchant and shipowner

    Art owner of a collection of discrete

    paintings.

    Already as a child he showed a predisposition for the design

    and his uncle gave it to a restorer for it

    learn a trade.

    Later he became a pupil of the painter Francesco Magiotto

    office where he remained for three years. He attended the first

    being naked in 1803 and in 1806 was admitted to the courses

    painting of the New Academy of Fine Arts where he was

    pupil of Theodore Matteini.

    In 1809 he won a competition to dall'Accademia

    Venice for the student at the Accademia di San Luca in

    Rome and moved to the capital where he became a pupil of

    Canova who was the guide and protector in the years

    Romans.

    In 1814 he left Rome in response to an aggression, it seems

    for emotional events, and moved to Naples where

    was commissioned by Gioacchino Murat painted Ulysses

    at the court of Alcinoo.

    In 1822 was called to teach all 'Academy

    Belle Arti di Brera, aid Luigi Sabatelli.

    He taught at as added, until 1850,

    when, on the death of Sabatelli, I assumed the chair

    that held until 1879.

    He died in Milan on 21 December 1882 at the age of 91

    years.

    Works [edit]

    His art, based on excellent skills designer,

    is not without a certain coldness and artificiality. The

    His romanticism has always been considered to be over

    formal and substantial.

    Her best artistic work that is considered

    portraits that he made some men more

    Famous for its time: Gioacchino Rossini, Ugo Foscolo,

    Alessandro Manzoni, Antonio Rosmini, and Massimo d'Azeglio

    Cavour.

    The list of works by Hayez is not easy in

    often as not signed or not dated. Often

    the date specified in the texts is not really the date of

    production, but is to donation. Also painted

    several times the same subject with minimal changes

    or sometimes without any change.

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