Niccolò Cannicci (1846–1906) was an Italian painter, who painted urban and rural views, often depicting the intersection of the urban and industrial landscape with the rural and pastoral.
self-portrait (c. 1870)
|Died||19 January 1906 (aged 59)|
|Education||Academy of Fine Arts of Florence|
|Known for||Painting, illustration|
He was born in Florence. He began his studies in design at Academy of Fine Arts of Florence under professors Marrubini and Pollastrini, and from there moved to the studio of professor Antonio Ciseri. He then was influenced by the school of the Macchiaioli. He moved to San Gemignano. He painted mainly landscapes and genre paintings of peasant life and animals.
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