ALBERTO PASINI (Italian / 1826-1899)

Alberto Pasini was born in Busseto and died in Caporetto, He studied in Parma, before moving to Paris, where he studied under Isabey and Théodore Rousseau, and in the studio of Théodore Chassériau. Alberto Pasini absorbed Chassériau's love of Oriental motifs. He travelled in Arabia and Persia, and lived in Turkey for many years. Pasini is remembered especially for his views of Constantinople (Istanbul). Alberto Pasini made his debut at the Salon de Paris in 1859. He won medals at the Salons of 1859, 1863, and 1864, and at the Exposition Universelle of 1899.

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Selected prints by ALBERTO PASINI

(Ricordo di
Constantinopoli), c.1870s
Mme de Warens, 1864

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