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Giacomo Boselli

(1744—1808)


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(b Savona, 1744; d?1808). Italian ceramics painter who worked in Savona (Liguria) and Marseille. The production of his Savona workshop included maiolica, porcelain and cream-coloured earthenware decorated with both enamels and high-temperature colours. His wife Clara [Chiarina] Boselli was a skilled painter of flowers and small figures; after Boselli's death she continued to run the factory.

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Subjects: Decorative Arts, Furniture, and Industrial Design.


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