Bartolomeo Nazari (né le 10 mai 1699 à Clusone, dans la province de Bergame en Lombardie - mort le 4 août 1758 à Milan) est un peintre italien de la première moitié du XVIIIe siècle se rattachant au baroque tardif (ou rococo), qui a été actif à Venise comme portraitiste.

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  • Bartolomeo Nazari (né le 10 mai 1699 à Clusone, dans la province de Bergame en Lombardie - mort le 4 août 1758 à Milan) est un peintre italien de la première moitié du XVIIIe siècle se rattachant au baroque tardif (ou rococo), qui a été actif à Venise comme portraitiste.
  • Bartolomeo Nazari (Clusone, 31 maggio 1693 – Milano, 24 agosto 1758) è stato un pittore italiano.
  • Bartolomeo Nazari (auch Bartolommeo) (* 10. Mai 1699 in Clusone bei Bergamo; † 24. August 1758 in Mailand) war ein italienischer Maler des Spätbarock, der als Porträtmaler hauptsächlich in Venedig wirkte.
  • Bartolomeo Nazari (May 31, 1693 – August 24, 1758) was an Italian painter of the late-Baroque, mainly active in Venice as a portraitist. Born in Clusone, near Bergamo. By 1716, he had become an apprentice under Angelo Trevisani, but visited in 1723 the Roman studio of Angelo's brother, the Venetian Francesco Trevisani, and then also studied with Benedetto Luti. Nazari likely knew personally Fra Galgario, the renowned portraitist from Bergamo, and is described by some as a pupil. He returns to Venice in 1724, and is registered with the Fraglia dei Pittori by 1726. In 1744, he traveled to Frankfurt to paint the emperor Charles VII and his family and other members of the court. In 1756, he was inducted into the newly founded Accademia di Belle Arti of Venice. His son Nazario Nazari was also a painter. Among his patrons was Consul Joseph Smith and the former general Johann Matthias von der Schulenburg (who owned over eight diverse portrait paintings). He painted the portraits of a number of operatic singers including Farinelli. He died in Milan, returning from Genoa, where he had painted the Doge.
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  • Bartolomeo Nazari (né le 10 mai 1699 à Clusone, dans la province de Bergame en Lombardie - mort le 4 août 1758 à Milan) est un peintre italien de la première moitié du XVIIIe siècle se rattachant au baroque tardif (ou rococo), qui a été actif à Venise comme portraitiste.
  • Bartolomeo Nazari (Clusone, 31 maggio 1693 – Milano, 24 agosto 1758) è stato un pittore italiano.
  • Bartolomeo Nazari (auch Bartolommeo) (* 10. Mai 1699 in Clusone bei Bergamo; † 24. August 1758 in Mailand) war ein italienischer Maler des Spätbarock, der als Porträtmaler hauptsächlich in Venedig wirkte.
  • Bartolomeo Nazari (May 31, 1693 – August 24, 1758) was an Italian painter of the late-Baroque, mainly active in Venice as a portraitist. Born in Clusone, near Bergamo. By 1716, he had become an apprentice under Angelo Trevisani, but visited in 1723 the Roman studio of Angelo's brother, the Venetian Francesco Trevisani, and then also studied with Benedetto Luti. Nazari likely knew personally Fra Galgario, the renowned portraitist from Bergamo, and is described by some as a pupil.
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