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In: I Bibiena: una Famiglia in Scena: da Bologna all’Europa, ed. Daniela Gallingani. Galli Bibiena, Ferdinando. L’Architettura Civile Preparata su la Geometria e Ridotta alla Prospettiva. Parma: per Paolo Monti. Direzioni della Prospettiva Teorica Corrispondenti a Quelle dell’Architettura. La Prospettiva ad Angolo e la Scena-Quadro Rococò. In: Enciclopedia Universale dell’Arte, . Scenografia’, XII, 245–287. Novara: Istituto Geografico De Agostini. Storia della Scenografia.
Bibiana, International House of Art for Children, also this year took part in the International Book Fair in Bologna, Italy. Had a separate booth, where they have been awarded the illustration of the jubilee Biennial of Illustrations Bratislava 2015. Traditionally, we are prepared to meet foreign partners about the upcoming future BIB in 2017, we have provided them the status and organizational rules and other information materials.
I BIbiena una famiglia in scena: da Bologna all'Europa. Ed. by Daniela Gallingani, Florence and Colle Val d'Elsa, 2002, fig. no. p. 116, fig. 4. Department. Drawings and Prints (169,589). Artist, Maker, Culture. Carlo Galli Bibiena (3).
The Galli-Bibiena family, or Galli da Bibiena (also spelled "Bibbiena"), was a family of Italian artists of the 17th and 18th centuries, including: father, Giovanni Maria Galli da Bibiena (1625–1665). daughter Maria Oriana Galli Bibiena (1656–1749), Italian painter. son Ferdinando Galli Bibiena (1656–1743), Italian architect/designer. son Francesco Galli Bibiena (1659-1739), Italian architect. grandson, Alessandro Galli Bibiena (1686–1748), architect/painter.
Galli da Bibiena family, Bibiena also spelled Bibbiena, family of Italian scenic artists of the 17th and 18th centuries. The family took its name from the birthplace of its progenitor, Giovanni Maria Galli (1625–65), who was born at Bibbiena, near Florence. He studied painting under Francesco Albani and first laid the foundations of an artistry that was carried on by his descendants, who devoted themselves to scenic work for the theatre. Ferdinando Galli Bibiena (1657–1743), born at Bologna, was the son of Giovanni Maria. He studied painting under Carlo Cignani, architecture under Giulio Troili (called Paradosso), and scene design under Giacomo Torelli. On Cignani’s recommendation he entered the service of the duke of Parma.
Galli Bibiena, 1992, no. 42. Bologna, Pinacoteca Nazionale, I Bibiena una famiglia europea, 2000/2001, no. 129. Literature: V. Mariani, s. v. Bibiena in Enciclopedia dello Spettacolo, Florence-Rome 1954, plate. II; p. D’’’’ Amico, Storia del teatro drammatico, Milan 1958, plate. XII; E. Povoledo, s. Scenografia in Enciclopedia Universale dell’’’’ Arte, XII, Florence 1964, plate. 168; R. Roli, Pittura bolognese 1650–1780. Dal Cignani ai Gandolfi, Bologna 1977, p. 207; D. Lenzi in Meravigliose scene. Ferdinando Galli Bibbiena trained in Bologna with Giuseppe Maria Viani and Felice Torelli. His oeuvre ranges from fresco painting through to stage scenery. His patrons included the Farnese family for whom he worked for almost twenty years.
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