|Autore||Giacinto Bo (1832-1912)|
|Tecnica||Olio su tela|
|Epoca||Seconda metà XIX secolo|
|Misure||98 x 137 cm|
Self-taught, he looked above all to G. Camino creating seascapes and landscapes often oleographically mannered. From 1871 to 1900 he partecipated in the exhibitions of the promoting companies of Genoa and Turin with a production of Piedmontese and Ligurian views (Le sponde della Dora, exhibited in Turin in 1884; Scogliera a Bergeggi Spotorno, exhibited in Genoa in 1893), which he flanked subjects floral and orientalists (Interior of an Egyptian building, exhibited in Turin in 1871; Interior of a harem, exhibited in Turin in 1882), also made in tempera and watercolor.