Serra, Luigi (1846-1888)

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Luigi Serra, Bologna 1846-88, Italian painter. His most famous works were in form of great historical compositions like: Triumphal entrance of the Catholic army in Praga (apse frescoes, Chiesa di S.Maria della Vittoria in Rome), Il glossatore Irnerio (Palazzo Comunale in Bologna (1886)), and other themes as well: Al monte di pieta' (Rome, Galleria d'Arte Moderna).

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