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Luigi Zuccoli (1815 – January 5, 1876)[1] was an Italian painter.

He was a native of Milan, and a member of the Academy there. He had frequented the school of Pelagio Palagi, although his style became different [2] His works, which were chiefly genre scenes or scenes from Italian domestic life, won considerable popularity beyond his native country. He traveled to England in 1860, and lived there for five years: he painted an episode in the Revolution of 1848 at Milan to the 1862 Exhibition, and also occasionally exhibited at the Royal Academy between 1864 and 1871. He also travelled in Belgium. He died in Milan, after a short illness, on January 5, 1876.


Notes

*La Pittura lombarda nel secolo XIX., Tipografia Capriolo e Massimino, 1900, page 57.

*Caimi, Antonio (1862). Delle arti del designo e degli artisti nelle provincie di Lombardia dal 1777-1862. Milan, Italy: Presso Luigi di Giacomo Pirola. p. 58.

References
Public Domain This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain: Bryan, Michael (1889). "Zuccoli, Luigi". In Armstrong, Sir Walter; Graves, Robert Edmund. Bryan's Dictionary of Painters and Engravers (L–Z). II (3rd ed.). London: George Bell & Sons.

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