Giacomo Ceruti

Italian Painter

1698 AD - 1767 AD

Giacomo Ceruti

Giacomo Ceruti was an Italian late Baroque painter, active in Northern Italy in Milan, Brescia, and Venice. He acquired the nickname Pitocchetto (the little beggar) for his many paintings of peasants dressed in rags.

Giacomo Ceruti's Works of Art

thumbnail of A Country Gentleman
thumbnail of A Woman With A Dog
thumbnail of Boy with a Basket
thumbnail of Evening at the Piazza
thumbnail of Portrait of a Lady
thumbnail of Portrait of a Man
thumbnail of Portrait of a Priest
thumbnail of Portrait of a Smoking Man in Oriental Habit
thumbnail of Portrait of a Young Nun
thumbnail of Still Life
thumbnail of Still Life with Hen, Onion and Pot
thumbnail of The Laundress
thumbnail of The Porter
thumbnail of Three Beggars
thumbnail of Young Peasant Woman Holding a Wine Flask