By Adriana Baranello

Venetian painter Giulio Carlini died on 21 October 1887. As an official artist of the Kingdom of Italy, the Accademia delle Belle Arti di Venezia trained portraitist was a widely regarded master of official portraiture and of historical painting. Carlini received many important commissions, such as the above portrait of Louise d’Artois. Carlini was a versatile painter whose style lent itself well to the service of the Italian Court as demonstrated by his elevation to consigliere of the Accademia and to cavaliere of the Kingdom.

Garibaldi at The Third Italian War of Independence, c. 1866, oil on canvas

Ritratto del generale Manfredo Fanti, 1885-1886, oil on canvas, Desenzano del Garda (BS), Museo di S. Martino della Battaglia.

Ritratto del generale Giovanni Durando, after 1879, Desenzano del Garda (BS), Museo di S. Martino della Battaglia.

In Defense of Honor, 1859, oil on canvas, Trieste, Museo Revoltella Galleria d’Arte Moderna.

A Sanhagiah Warrior, 1860, oil on canvas, private collection.

Portrait of Louise d’Artois with her son Roberto I as Regent of Parma, 1854, oil on canvas, National Gallery of Parma.

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