"Self Portrait Of The Artist As A Young Boy" by Michele Gordigiani


Michele Gordigiani (1830 - 1909) was active/lived in New York and Italy. He is best known for his portraits of notable people, including Elizabeth Barrett Browning and Robert Browning, which are now at the National Portrait Gallery in London.
Gordigiani followed the school of Louis Mussini in Florence and resided in Borgo San Lorenzo, Italy.

This painting is of Michele Gordigiani as a young boy with his brother painted in their home in Florence in the 19th century.


40 x 60 inches

Oil on canvas