Giuseppe Sacheri
(Genoa, 1863 - Pianfei, 1950)

  • Author: Mosè Bianchi (Monza 1840 - Monza 1904)

  • Technique: oil on cardboard 32 x 24 cm

    Old label on the back of the Luigi Battistelli sales house in Milan

Giuseppe Sacher was born in Genoa in 1863 and was an Italian painter and artist much appreciated both in the years of his artistic production and later.

Many of his works contain such artistic and cultural interest that they are still appreciated and sought after today, perhaps also thanks to the breadth that he was allowed to obtain during the numerous shows and exhibitions in which the painter was able to participate.

His first artistic training took place in Ravenna: here the young Sacheri was able to study above all in the field of painting making use of the teachings of Moradei, but shortly after he moved to Turin where, together and like other artists of his time, he attended the Albertina Academy.This attendance was very dear to him, because it allowed him to present his art, in 1881, to the Turin Promoter: this was undoubtedly his first opportunity, but from this moment on, the artist was able to exhibit his works in important exhibitions and shows, both in the Italian country and abroad.

It was 1883 when the artist participated in the Genoese Promoters, participation that continued for many years, until 1941.

But his artistic career was studded with prizes and awards, starting from the competition of the Municipality of Genoa won in 1892, up to the various Venice Biennials in which he participated by showing his art and his works.

An art that gave him the opportunity to get out of the world and from the Italian borders, where he had already had some success, and obtain important recognition elsewhere, especially abroad, such as in Monaco - where he participated in the International Exhibition with the work entitled March Night - and Dresden, Vienna, Brussels, Paris, Weimar and San Francisco.

His art was varied: many were, in fact, the landscapes, especially marine, interpreted and revised by the painter in his own style, but also the portraits, and the figures, in which the painter often sought the true and human presence. .

The painter died in Genoa in 1950.

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