(1713 - 1794)
Domenico Fedeli was active/lived in Italy. Domenico Fedeli is known for painting.
Domenico Fedeli was born in 1713.
Domenico Fedeli attended the studio of Giovanni Battista Piazzetta (Venice, 1682-1754) and unlike some of his contemporaries, never moved
The artist was known for using chiaroscuro in a reddish-brown hue. His paintings often contained historical and religious themes. Fedeli was also known for portraits. Examples of his work are the pieces 'The peasant asleep', which is in a private collection and 'The pollivendola' which is in the Savoy Gallery in Turin.
Following the death of his teacher in 1754, he started an independent business. Fedeli was entrusted with the task of finishing the altarpiece of the church of San Salvatore, with St. Nicholas Bishop, San Leonardo and Blesse ... Displaying 750 of 813 characters.