Giuseppe Riva

Giuseppe Riva (4 November 1834 in Ivrea – 10 November 1916) was an Italian lawyer and painter, known for portraits, historical paintings, and landscapes.

He was a resident of Milan. One of his masterworks was ''While reading a memorial plaque for the Calvinist Covenanters, Catherine de' Medici surprised by Mary Stuart'', sent to the Exhibition of Fine Arts at Turin in 1883. To the same exhibition in 1887, he sent ''Ultimi istanti di Cola di Rienzi, last Tribune of Rome''. In 1872 at the Milan Exposition, he displayed, a number of half-figure portraits. At the 1883 Rome Exposition, he displayed ''Two Shepherdesses, an Idyll''. Another painter of the same name was active in Bergamo and Rome (1861–1941). Provided by Wikipedia

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by Riva, Giuseppe
Published 2014
De Gruyter

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by Riva, Giuseppe
Published 1728
Tomaso-Edlin

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by Riva, Giuseppe
Published 1727
printed by T. Edlin

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by Riva, Giuseppe
Published 2016
De Gruyter

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by Gaggioli, Andrea, Riva, Giuseppe, Milani, Luca, Mazzoni, Elvis
Published 2013
Springer Netherlands

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by Riva, Eleonora
Published 2015
De Gruyter
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by Cipresso, Pietro
Published 2016
De Gruyter
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by Gaggioli, Andrea
Published 2016
De Gruyter
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