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ZAIS Giuseppe (b. 1709, Canale d'Agordo, d. 1781, Treviso) Nationality : Italian

Italian painter. He may have served an apprenticeship in Belluno before moving, probably around 1725-30, to Venice, where he practiced as a landscape painter for nearly 50 years. The first and most important influence on his art was that of Marco Ricci, also from Belluno, who was in Venice from 1717 until his death in 1729. Ricci's etchings, published in 1730, provided Zais with a useful source of inspiration. From them he derived the scenographic format of his landscapes, usually framed by clumps of trees into which villages and figures of peasants were inserted, painted in a thick impasto of rich colour.

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