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Title: Domenico Bruschi : The artist who gave Malta a taste of the fin de siècle
Authors: Attard, Christian
Keywords: Painting -- Malta -- History
Religious art -- Malta -- History
Painters -- Malta -- 20th century
Painters -- Malta -- 19th century
Bruschi, Domenico, 1840-1910
Parish Church of the Assumption (Gudja, Malta)
Parish Church of St. Cajetan (Ħamrun, Malta)
Collegiate Basilica of St. George (Victoria, Malta)
Parish Church of St. Augustine (Valletta, Malta)
Issue Date: 2013-06-13
Publisher: Allied Newspapers Limited
Citation: Attard, C. (2019, June 13). Domenico Bruschi : The artist who gave Malta a taste of the fin de siècle, Times of Malta, pp. 12.
Abstract: Throughout the second half of the 19th century and well into the 20th, Malta was to see the presence of a large number of Italian artists. Domenico Bruschi (1840-1910), born in Perugia, was an eclectic spirit that, according to Christian Attard, gave Malta a taste of the two opposing facets of the spirit prevalent at the end of the century. His paintings are visible in several Maltese churches, like Gudja parish church, Gozo Cathedral or the Church of St Augustine in Valletta.
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