Vittore Grubicy de Dragon

Italian painter, engraver and art critic (1851-1920)

Vittore Grubicy de Dragon (15 October 1851 – 4 August 1920) was an Italian painter, art critic and art gallery owner who was largely responsible for introducing into Italian painting the optical theories of Divisionism.[1] His writings and paintings influenced a generation of late 19th-century Italian painters. In addition, the Grubicy Gallery became one of the first art enterprises to be run on the concept of exhibiting living artists that were represented as clients of the gallery.[2]

Vittore Grubicy de Dragon
Born15 October 1851 (1851-10-15)
Died4 August 1920(1920-08-04) (aged 68)
Notable work
Winter in the Mountains

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Notes Edit

  1. Greene, p16
  2. Fraquelli, p142

References Edit

  • Fraquelli, Simonetta and others. Radical Light: Italy's Divisionist Painters, 1891–1910. London: National Gallery, 2008. ISBN 978-1-85709-409-1
  • Greene, Vivian. Divisionism – Neo-Impressionism, Arcadia & Anarchy. NY: Guggenhim Museum, 2007. ISBN 978-0-89207-357-3
  • Omaggio a Vittore Grubicy de Dragon, 1851–1920. Como: Galleria d'arte Cavour, 1985.
  • Quinsac, Annie-Paule. Vittore Grubicy e l'Europa: Alle Radici del Divisionismo. Milan: Skira, 2005. ISBN 978-88-7624-405-6
  • Rapetti, Rodolphe. Symbolism. Paris: Flammaron, 2005. ISBN 2-08-030492-5
  • Rebora, Sergio. Vittore Grubicy De Dragon. Pittore divisionista (1851–1920). Roma: Jandi Sapi, 1995. ISBN 978-88-7142-026-4
  • Rebora, Sergio. Vittore Grubicy De Dragon. Poeta del divisionismo 1851–1920. Milan: Silvana, 2005. ISBN 978-88-8215-902-3
  • Scotti Tosini, Aurora. Pelliza e i Grubicy. Il carteggio di Giuseppe Pellizza da Volpedo con Vittor e Alberto Grubicy de Dragon. Tortona: Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio di Tortona, 2006.