4 facts about Gioacchino Pagliei

By Gwylym Owen

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Gioacchino Pagliei (born 1852 in Subiaco, Lazio, died 1896 in Rome) was an Italian painter who worked in the Neo-Pompeian genre.

Pagliei studied in Rome at the Accademia di San Luca, where in 1871 he won an great compliment for a drawing and essay. In 1875, he won the Stanziani competition.

A aficionado of F. Grandi, he worked on the decoration of the church of San Lorenzo in Damaso. He as a consequence worked at the Palazzo del Quirinale and the Villino Gamberini.

His oil painting style followed the Neo-Pompeian genre.

He was introduced to the Società degli Amatori e Cultori delle Belle Arti in the 1880s where he exhibited A Costume of the Empire, 1882; The Embarrassment, 1884; and Nella scala, 1895-1896.

Pagliei’s works include:

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