Artist of the Week: Consalvo Carelli


Just twelve years he exhibited two of his works in the annual Bourbon Show, where in 1833 he won the silver medal for the painting class II Square Vicar, then bought by Queen Isabella of Bourbon, then two years later he won the medal The silver class.
It soon became famous in the Neapolitan art, thanks to the favor of powerful families of the time, as Goerace Meuricoffre and, in addition to his ties of friendship with the Earl of Montesantangelo.

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