The Troubetzkoy Collection and the Influence of Decamps on the Macchiaioli

Broude, Norma Freedman
September 1980
Art Bulletin;Sep80, Vol. 62 Issue 3, p398
Academic Journal
Explores the impact of the chiaroscuro style of Alexandre-Gabriel Decamps on the Macchiaioli or Florentine painters. Extent to which the art of the Florentines may have depended upon works of Decamps; Treatment of street-market genre scene by the Florentine painters.


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