The artist Vittorio Reggianini (Vittorio Reggianini) was born in the city of Modena in northern Italy, in 1853 (according to other sources - in 1858).
Vittrio Reggianini is the author of salon painting, creating everyday scenes from bourgeois life on canvas. His compositions are full of images of cute characters in elegant interiors with all the cute details of everyday life, from emotions to the smallest interior details. Secular ladies and gentlemen flirt, suffer from unrequited love, or simply enjoy the life of high society.
Alexander Blok, who visited an exhibition of Reggianini in Florence in May 1909, was truly fascinated by his works and dedicated the lines to the artist: "Only in a light shuttle of art will you sail away from the boredom of the world."
The artist skillfully "breathed" so much life into the image of each character that the picture looked like a photograph frozen for a moment.
All poses, facial expressions, folds of clothes, stucco moldings inside the rooms are traced with photographic accuracy.