Luigi Crosio

(1835-1915) was an Italian painter who lived and worked in Turin, Italy. He died in Turin and is recorded as having been born in Alba, but the town of Aqua a few miles north of Alba claims Crosio was born there. He attended the Accademia Albertina di Belle Arte in Turin. His immediate work afterwards tilted towards commercial paintings, but thereafter he specialised in genre painting with romantic 18th century scenes and portraits or period characters or Pompeian scenes. He also liked the opera and depicted several scenes from popular operas. He was also listed as a lithographer and was involved in publishing books and images. He had several daughters and one of them, Carola Crosio, married the famous mathematician Giuseppe Peano (of Peano axioms fame) in 1887. In 1898 he painted the famous Refugium Peccatorum Madonna (i.e. Refuge of Sinners Madonna) which was later also called Mother Thrice Admirable Madonna.

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Luigi Crosio Kinderstreich, Bild 1 von 2 oil painting


Kinderstreich, Bild 1 von 2
Painting ID::  72203
Artist: Luigi Crosio
Painting: Kinderstreich, Bild 1 von 2
Introduction: Oil on canvas, 65 X 52,5 cm Ein Kind holt mit einem Stock einen Hut von einem Stuhl. Fortsetzung cjr
   
   
     

Luigi Crosio Kinderstreich oil painting


Kinderstreich
Painting ID::  73824
Artist: Luigi Crosio
Painting: Kinderstreich
Introduction: Oil on canvas, 65 X 52,5 cm cyf
   
   
     

Luigi Crosio Das Kind leert eine Tasse in den Hut aus. oil painting


Das Kind leert eine Tasse in den Hut aus.
Painting ID::  75857
Artist: Luigi Crosio
Painting: Das Kind leert eine Tasse in den Hut aus.
Introduction: Das Kind leert eine Tasse in den Hut aus. Oil on canvas, 65 x 52,5 cm. cjr
   
   
     

Luigi Crosio Refugium Peccatorum Madonna oil painting


Refugium Peccatorum Madonna
Painting ID::  95182
Artist: Luigi Crosio
Painting: Refugium Peccatorum Madonna
Introduction: Refuge of Sinners Madonna, Luigi Crosio, 1898 cyf
   
   
     

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     (1835-1915) was an Italian painter who lived and worked in Turin, Italy. He died in Turin and is recorded as having been born in Alba, but the town of Aqua a few miles north of Alba claims Crosio was born there. He attended the Accademia Albertina di Belle Arte in Turin. His immediate work afterwards tilted towards commercial paintings, but thereafter he specialised in genre painting with romantic 18th century scenes and portraits or period characters or Pompeian scenes. He also liked the opera and depicted several scenes from popular operas. He was also listed as a lithographer and was involved in publishing books and images. He had several daughters and one of them, Carola Crosio, married the famous mathematician Giuseppe Peano (of Peano axioms fame) in 1887. In 1898 he painted the famous Refugium Peccatorum Madonna (i.e. Refuge of Sinners Madonna) which was later also called Mother Thrice Admirable Madonna.