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Collection Particulière Italienne : De Giovanni Fattori à Giorgio de Chirico

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Odoardo Borrani
PISE 1833 - 1905 FLORENCE
YOUNG GIRL WITH A CAT
Signed and dated lower right O Borrani 1862
Oil on canvas, in a painted oval
45,5 x 34 cm ; 17  7/8 by 13  3/8 in.
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Odoardo Borrani follows a classical training at the Academy of Fine Arts in Florence, and develops quickly under the influence of the Macchiaioli, especially Telemaco Signorini and Vincenzo Cabianca. He regularly paints with them in the countryside around Florence.

This beautiful portrait, typical of his work, presents with simplicity and frankness a young woman holding her cat, gazing naturally at the viewer. Her red shirt reminds us of the "camicie rosse". Involved as a volunteer during the Italian campaign of 1859, Borrani sided with the partisans of the Italian unification. One of his most famous paintings represents an interior scene with a group of women sewing red shirts for the volunteers (Cucitrici di camicie rosse, 1863, private collection).

Collection Particulière Italienne : De Giovanni Fattori à Giorgio de Chirico

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