The painter Camillo Innocenti in his studio

The catalogue raisonné

  • It is in the process of being prepared the catalogue raisonné of paintings and graphics by Camillo Innocenti, edited by Manuel Carrera and Eugenia Querci, with the logistic support of Galleria Berardi and Archivio dell’Ottocento Romano

    Innocenti was one of the most successful artists in the early Twentieth century Italy, thanks to its modern, stylish and of international scope painting. After training under the wing of some of the most influential Nineteenth century masters - such as Antonio Mancini, Domenico Morelli and Francesco Paolo Michetti - the Roman painter came to the attention of the critics yet at the first editions of the Venice Biennale. To his name is linked one of the first solo exhibition organized as part of the Venice show: at the 1909 Biennale, in fact, Innocenti had a fully dedicated room, where on display were twenty of his most significant paintings carried out hitherto. The extraordinary success led him to be contended by some of the most important European galleries of the time: in 1913 the Bernheim Jeunes gallery in Paris, known for its partnership with the Impressionists, dedicated to him a major solo exhibition that definitively consecrated the painter to international fame.

    So far, few significant studies have been devoted to Camillo Innocenti. His figure, however, is finally reappearing in the artistic literature as part of the early Twentieth century Italian painting rediscovery.

    The archiving of Camillo Innocenti works is an essential tool for critics clarity, necessary to fully reestablish the artist as a protagonist of the Twentieth century Italian art.

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