Rome, Palazzo Massimo Lancellotti
8 June 2006
Stefano Bruzzi (Italia 1835-1911)
Appennino piacentino (1890-1895)
firmato 'S Bruzzi' (in basso a sinistra)
olio su tela
126 x 71,5 cm.
Sul telaio reca antichi numeri di riferimento: 20-3.
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1920, F.Sapori, Bruzzi pittore, Torino, illustrazione.
2000, F.Arisi-A.Baboni, Stefano Bruzzi/1835-1911, Piacenza, pp.353,362 n.250.
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