Artist: Caffi Ippolito Italy 1814 to 1866





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Ippolito Caffi was born in Belluno, Italy, in 1814 and passed on at age 52 out of 1866. He was an Italian engineering/scene painter, generally portraying city scenes and chronicled minutes. He learned at the Venice Academy, where he delivered his final first artwork. He later moved to Rome to construct his standing as a craftsman. There he composed his composition from the point of view and considered prehistoric Roman studies. In 1848 he joined progressive developments in Venice; however, he ultimately resigned to Piedmont. He was authorized to paint the principal Italian Naval commitment, yet tragically, the vessel was annihilated at the fight, suffocating him alongside the entirety of his companions.