Federico del Campo  (Peruvian, 1837-1927) 

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Federico del Campo, The Doge’s Palace and Santa Maria Della Salute

 

Federico del Campo
The Doge’s Palace and Santa Maria Della Salute
Willow Gallery
Federico del Campo, The Ca D’ Oro, Venice

 

Federico del Campo
The Ca D’ Oro, Venice
Haynes Fine Art of Broadway
Federico del Campo, The Doges Palace and The Santa Maria Della Sal

 

Federico del Campo
The Doges Palace and The Santa Maria Della Sal
1914

Haynes Fine Art of Broadway
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Federico del Campo, The Doge's Palace and Santa Maria della Salute

 

Federico del Campo
The Doge's Palace and Santa Maria della Salute, 1898
oil on canvas

 

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Federico del Campo, Campesina con cántaro

 

Federico del Campo
Campesina con cántaro
oil on canvas

 

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Federico del Campo, Gondoliers on the Grand Canal, Venice

 

Federico del Campo
Gondoliers on the Grand Canal, Venice, 1911
oil on canvas

 

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  Frederico Del Campo was a nineteenth century painter of Venetian and coastal scenes who was born in Peru. Early in his career he painted many South American scenes, one of which was titled “Rio de san Barnaba”.
  Del Campo travelled extensively throughout Europe studying in Paris, Italy and Spain at the Madrid School of Lorenzo Valleys, where he studied under the Venetian artist Grobherzogl with whom he specialised in painting Venetian scenes.
  He exhibited at the Paris Salon from 1880 and also in Madrid where he exhibited a painting titled “Vue de Venise”. One of Del Campo’s paintings “Marina Grande von Capri” was featured in the Olgemalde series of books on Venetian artists.