Achille Beltrame

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Achille Beltrame
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Achille Beltrame
Achille Beltrame

(1871-03-18)March 18, 1871
Died February 19, 1945(1945-02-19) (aged 73)
Known for Painting

Achille Beltrame (March 18, 1871 in Arzignano – February 19, 1945 in Milan), was an Italian painter and illustrator.


He initially studied in Vicenza, but then enrolled in the Brera Academy. In 1899, he began working as an illustrator for the newspaper Corriere della Sera and illustrated the La Domenica del Corriere of Milan. He pursued this task for nearly 50 years.[1]

Courmayeur by Beltrame (1928)

Beltrame held his first solo exhibition at Ranzini Gallery in 1941 in Milan.[2]


  1. ^ Short biography Arzignano website,
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