Art | Segantini, Giovanni, Artist

Giovanni Segantini (15 January 1858 – 28 September 1899) was an Italian painter known for his large pastoral landscapes of the Alps. He was one of the most famous artists in Europe in the late 19th century,[1] and his paintings were collected by major museums. In later life he combined a Divisionist painting style with Symbolist images of nature. He was active in Switzerland for most of his life.
Segantini's family - Showing Giovanni with his wife, Luigia Pierina Bugatti (1862–1938), known as "Bice", their three sons and their daughter, Gottardo (1882–1974 ), Alberto (1883–1904), Mario (1885–1916) and Bianca (1886–1980).

Segantini's family - Showing Giovanni with his wife, Luigia Pierina Bugatti (1862–1938), known as "Bice", their three sons and their daughter, Gottardo (1882–1974 ), Alberto (1883–1904), Mario (1885–1916) and Bianca (1886–1980).

Segantinihütte (de) (Death place of Giovanni Segantini) on top of the grassy summit, Muottas Muragl, Pontresina, Switzerland

Segantinihütte (de) (Death place of Giovanni Segantini) on top of the grassy summit, Muottas Muragl, Pontresina, Switzerland

Love at the Fountain of Life, 1896.

Love at the Fountain of Life, 1896.

Alpine Triptych: Life, 1898-99

Alpine Triptych: Life, 1898-99

Alpine Triptych: Nature, 1898-99

Alpine Triptych: Nature, 1898-99

Alpine Triptych: Death, 1898-99

Alpine Triptych: Death, 1898-99

Le cattive madri (de) (The Bad Mothers), 1894. Kunsthaus Zürich

Le cattive madri (de) (The Bad Mothers), 1894. Kunsthaus Zürich

Giovanni Segantini(1858ー1899)「alpen」

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Giovanni Segantini(1858ー1899)「alpen」

Gottardo Segantini (1882-1974), Engadine landscape in the winter with Corvatsch, Arles and Rosatsch seen from Maloja, 1959. Oil on fibreboard, 37.3 x 45 cm.

Gottardo Segantini (1882-1974), Engadine landscape in the winter with Corvatsch, Arles and Rosatsch seen from Maloja, 1959. Oil on fibreboard, 37.3 x 45 cm.

Giovanni Segantini, Mezzogiorno sulle Alpi (1891)

Giovanni Segantini, Mezzogiorno sulle Alpi (1891)

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