Famous and Published Bacciarelli's

 

Some of our families namesakes have achieved great things! This page is dedicated to all the Bacciarelli's who have achieved some form of recognition in their chosen field, or who have published works (artists, authors etc.,). Please note that none have been directly connected to our family at time of writing, but may have a common ancestor. If you recognise anyone, please contact me.

Anna Bacciarelli
Listed in the Dictionary of Women Artists. By Chris Petteys. Boston: G.K. Hall & Co., 1985. (DcWomA)
An international dictionary of women artists born before 1900.

Falini L Bacciarelli
Co Author with Donnini D., Bencivenga M of two works published in the SCIENTIFIC BANNS (2000).
Behavior of the plants simbionti in tartufaie cultivated of Tuber melanosporum Vittad. Italian Mic. no 2.
Comportamento delle piante simbionti in tartufaie coltivate di Tuber melanosporum Vittad.
Mic. Italiana no 2.

Johanna Juliana Friederike Bacciarelli (Birth: 1733? Death: 1812)
Listed in the Dictionary of Women Artists. By Chris Petteys. Boston: G.K. Hall & Co., 1985. (DcWomA)
An international dictionary of women artists born before 1900.

Marcello BacciarelliMarcello Bacciarelli (Birth: 1731 - Died: 1818)
This famous artist was born in Roma, Italy on 16 February 1731 but spent much of his time in Poland where he became a renowned painter in the Royal Court of King Augustus III. After the King died, Marcello travelled to Vienna and then Warsaw, Poland where met fellow painter Bernardo Bellotto and became the Director of the new Academy of Arts of Warsaw. He resided in Warsaw until his death on 5 January 1818. To this day there are branches of the Polish Bacciarelli's, some of whom emigrated to the UK. One of Marcello Bacciarelli's direct descendants has a dedicated website so why not zap over to Bacciarelli.com for further details or buy the Polish Biographical Dictionary which contains profiles of nearly 900 Poles who have made lasting contributions to world civilization. By Stanley S. Sokol and Sharon F. Mrotek Kissane. Wauconda, IL: Bolchazy-Carducci Publishers, 1992. (PolBiDi). More about Marcello Bacciarelli on Wikipedia.

Vin Bacciarelli
A life member of Torrens Rowing Club in South Australia who dedicated the 'Van Bacciarelli (lightweight) Rowing Trophy' in perpetuity. Visit Torrens Rowing Club Site for more information.




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