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The Turkish Embassy in Naples
Oil on canvas. 1741
Bonito, Giuseppe
The Turkish Embassy in Naples
Oil on canvas. 1741
Bonito, Giuseppe

Giuseppe Bonito was a student of Francesco Solimena (1657-1747) and a follower of his artistic idiom. This can be seen in the decidedly Baroque appearance of his early mythological and religious works [+]

Leopoldo de Gregorio, Marquis of Esquilache
Oil on canvas. 1759
Bonito, Giuseppe
Leopoldo de Gregorio, Marquis of Esquilache
Oil on canvas. 1759
Bonito, Giuseppe

This refined portrait is the only one known to date of the Marquis of Esquilache (1699-1785). He accompanied Charles III to Madrid and was appointed Minister of the Treasury. The inkwell and staff of [+]

Queen Maria Amalia of Saxony
Oil on canvas. Ca. 1744
Bonito, Giuseppe
Queen Maria Amalia of Saxony
Oil on canvas. Ca. 1744
Bonito, Giuseppe

Charles III described Maria Amalia of Saxony (1724-1760) as possessing the wit of an angel, and felt himself to be the happiest and most fortunate man in the world. The portrait of his young wife refl [+]

Charles VII of Naples, the Future Charles III of Spain
Italian marble. Ca. 1744
Anonymous
Charles VII of Naples, the Future Charles III of Spain
Italian marble. Ca. 1744
Anonymous

A medallion portraying the young Charles of Bourbon (1716-1788), recently proclaimed King of Naples and Sicily, who would become King Charles III of Spain in 1759. Shown in profile with a large wig an [+]

Charles III (as Charles VII of Naples and Sicily)
Taille douce: etching and engraving on ivory laid paper. Ca. 1745
Cepparuli, Francesco
Charles III (as Charles VII of Naples and Sicily)
Taille douce: etching and engraving on ivory laid paper. Ca. 1745
Cepparuli, Francesco

Derived from a portrait by Giuseppe Bonito, this print presents the most emblematic image of the King of Naples and Sicily. It shows the sovereign in military attire, perhaps in reference to his victo [+]

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