Andrea Appiani (1754-1817)

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Portrait of Napoleon

Andrea Appiani was an 18th century Italian Neoclassical painter. He was born in Milan and spent much of his life working there as the most prominent Neoclassical painter in Italy.


Neoclassical Scene


During the time that Napoleon had annexed Northwestern Italy, Appiani served as the French leader’s chief artist.


Fresco at the Villa Passalacqua featuring Napoleon


Today, Appiani’s work is housed all over the world, including the frescoes at the Villa Passalacqua. Still wondering about an Italian Neoclassical painting in your collection? Contact Art Experts. We provide art art authentications, art appraisals, art research, and COA's,  as well as consultations, for all paintings by Andrea Appiani.