Carmine Gentile (painter)

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Carmine Gentile (16 July 1678[1] - 11 July 1763) was an Italian painter and potter of maiolica in Castelli, Abruzzo. He trained with Carlo Antonio Grue, the son of Francesco Grue.[2] His sons Giacomo il Giovane (born 1717) and Berardino (1727-1813) were also maiolica painters. Giacomo il Vecchio lived 1768-1813.[3]


  1. ^ Bindi also cites 21 February 1679 as possible birthdate.
  2. ^ Artisti abruzzesi: pittori, scultori, architetti, maestri di musica, by Vincenzo Bindi, page 134-135.
  3. ^ Manuale d'arte decorative antica e moderna, by Alfredo Melani, page 406-407.
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