Giuseppe Amisani was born in 1881 in Mede Lomellina, Italy. He showed a natural talent for art from a young age. He is known for his portrait paintings and famous nude paintings. Amisani studied at the Accademia di Belle Arti di Brera in Milan, and the Italian Renaissance paintings of Michelangelo and Raphael heavily influenced him.
Amisani's artistic career took off in the early 1900s when his paintings appeared in various galleries and exhibitions. His oil paintings were well-received, and he quickly gained recognition as a talented artist. Amisani's paintings are recognized for their realistic and detailed depictions of the human form, particularly in his nude paintings. He often used oil as his medium, which allowed him to create vibrant colors in his paintings. Guiseppe Amisani achieved international recognition and was well-traveled, visiting South America, Europe, and the United States.
The Belle Epoque era, also known as the "Beautiful Era," was a time of peace and prosperity in Europe from the late 19th century to the start of World War I. Belle Epoque art is characterized by optimism and a focus on beauty and luxury. Amisani's elegant and sensual famous nude paintings perfectly capture the essence of this era. The aristocracy and elite of society admired his paintings and he achieved success during his lifetime.
Amisani's nude art features among some of his most famous paintings. He had a unique ability to capture the beauty and grace of the human form in his paintings. His use of light and shadow added depth and dimension to the female form, making them appear almost lifelike. Amisani's nude paintings were often set in luxurious and opulent settings, adding to an overall sense of beauty and sensuality.
Famous paintings include Delore 1910, also known as Pain, which forms part of the Municipal Art collection of the Palazzo dell'Arengo in central Italy. Amisani's portraits of women include several paintings of the Italian actress Lyda Borelli.
Giuseppe Armisani died in Portofino in 1941 at the age of 60. His paintings are at the Gallery of Modern Art in Milan and museums in Lima and Brazil.