A beautiful exhibition until 30 April dedicated to nineteenth-century drawings and sketches of Theodore Duclere the Museum Correale
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  Will be on display until April 30 at the museum Correale the more than 350 drawings and paintings by Theodore Duclere . On display for the first time , and sketches of the great Neapolitan landscape painter (born of French parents in 1816 and died in age of only 53 in 1869 ) made since 1838 depicting landscapes and views of the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies. Duclere , who trained at the art school of Posillipo formed around the atelier of Antonio Pitloo , drawing views, monuments , even the costumes of the places he visited.

Numerous hatches in china are also dedicated to the Sorrento peninsula , but also in Naples , the Campi Flegrei , Pompeii and the islands of the Gulf . Until you get in Abruzzo , Puglia and Sicily , the latter ground often visited by Duclere until 1860. The show is produced with the assistance of the Campania Region and sponsored by the city of Sorrento. The catalog , edited by Martorelli , Russian and Fienga is published by the Editions “Con- end.”