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Cosenza, Palazzo Salfi with The Travellers By Maurizio Orrico
Italy

Salfi was born in Cosenza in 1857. He became a famous painter for his representaion  of “ Pompeii` life scenes”. Towards the 1800 finished his studies in Naples with Domenico Morelli and returned to Cosenza were he built his home and his studio the “Salfi Palace”. 

In few years he became a famous portrait painter also abroad, where he participated in many exhibitions, today we can admire his work in the Cosenza hall. 

He died in his native town in the 1935. The little "Piazza" near the palace is been decorated with sculptures by Maurizio Orrico.

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Many thanks to Francesca for translation :-*

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