Nittis, Giuseppe de: posthumous expos

 

 

Impressionism, a historical reconstruction:

Giuseppe de Nittis

(1846-1884)

An impression of his art-works at

posthumous expositions

 

Introduction:
On this page you will find an impression of some of the art-works  that were posthumously exhibited of Giuseppe de Nittis. In 1885 posthumously 17 pastels of De Nittis were shown at the 1st and 2nd exhibition of the Société des Pastellistes Français at the Georges Petit gallery. In 1914 at the 9th Art exhibition in Venice, there were 90! art-works exhibited of De Nittis. Some minor number of his artworks were posthumously shown at other exhibitions, including at the Musée du Luxembourg in 1912 (=MdL1912). (aR5=iR261). Some of these works were earlier exhibited at the Salon and other exhibitions.
I render the pictures by form, thematical and partly chronological. Several suggestions are (very) uncertain or just to compare. See the link for an account. See link for an explanation of the subscriptions and the used sources below at the main page about Giuseppe de Nittis. Note: If you double click on the first picture and then click on full screen, you can create a slideshow. Enjoy!

 

1885, Société des Pastellistes Français:
At the first exhibition of the Société des Pastellistes Français at the Georges Petit gallery there were posthumously 10 pastels exhibited of Giuseppe (called ‘Joseph’) de Nittis. At the second exhibition that same year seven pastels were exhibited.

 

1912, Musée du Luxembourg:
Sommaire des Peintures et Sculptures de l’École Contemporaine exposées dans les Galeries du Musée National du Luxembourg (aR5=iR261). At this exhibition there were posthumously two works exhibited of Giuseppe de Nittis.

 

1914, Venice:
In 1914 at the 9th Art exhibition in Venice, there were 90! art-works exhibited of Giuseppe de Nittis.

 

 

 

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