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Tobias and the Angel
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Giovanni Francesco Barbieri, detto Guercino - Savior of the world
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Antonio Mercurio Amorosi - Concertino by villani
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Antonio Mercurio Amorosi - The card game
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Carlo Cignani - The five senses
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Raffaellino del Colle - Madonna of Loreto with the SS. Filippo and Giacomo
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Head of an Old Man
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Giorgio Vasari - Christ Carrying the Cross
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Nino Caffè - Woman with fan
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Annunciation
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Francesco Bassano - Genre scene with female works
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Giovanni Fazi - Portrait of a young peasant woman
Tobias and the Angel
Giovanni Francesco Barbieri, detto Guercino - Savior of the world
Antonio Mercurio Amorosi - Concertino by villani
Antonio Mercurio Amorosi - The card game
Carlo Cignani - The five senses
Raffaellino del Colle - Madonna of Loreto with the SS. Filippo and Giacomo
Head of an Old Man
Giorgio Vasari - Christ Carrying the Cross
Nino Caffè - Woman with fan
Annunciation
Francesco Bassano - Genre scene with female works
Giovanni Fazi - Portrait of a young peasant woman

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Giovanni Fazi is one of the most significant artists from Jesi of the nineteenth century, trained in Rome at the Academy of S. Luca. From 1880 he was a teacher at the Technical Institute of Jesi playing an important role in defining the artistic choices and tastes of the city and in the training of young talents. The painting depicts the portrait of a young woman in a peasant dress, with the typical headdress of the Marche tradition: the handkerchief folded over her head and fastened with pins; widespread also in Lazio and Campania, in fact the artist lived for a long time also in these areas.


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