PIERRE-JOSEPH GRISON, CALLED GIUSEPPE GRISONI | Portrait of a gentleman with his dog, three-quarter length, a landscape beyond
40,000 - 60,000 USD
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- Portrait of a gentleman with his dog, three-quarter length, a landscape beyond
- oil on canvas
The French-born painter and sculptor Pierre-Joseph Grison, known as Giuseppe Grisoni, studied in Florence under Tommaso Redi before moving to England in 1715. Although his grand group portrait of the Talman Family was a success (now in the National Portrait Gallery, London, inv. no. 5781), he returned to Italy in 1728 to teach at the Accademia di Belle Arti and eventually moved to Rome.