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Edoardo Monteforte Edoardo Monteforte or Eduardo Monteforte (Polla, Province of Salerno 1849 – Naples, 1933) was an Italian painter.
Monteforte Irpino Monteforte Irpino is a town and "comune" in the province of Avellino, Campania, Italy. A bus crash near the town killed 39 people in 2013. The victims were pilgrims coming home from a trip to a Catholic shrine when the bus slid off a road near Monteforte Irpino and fell off a bridge.
Monteforte Cilento Monteforte Cilento is a town and "comune" of the province of Salerno in the Campania region of south-west Italy. As of 2011 its population was of 565.
Monteforte Cilento Monteforte was originally a Roman "castrum", which expanded in the High Middle Ages after immigration due to the Saracen incursions.
Monteforte Cilento It was one of the centers of the Moti del Cilento in 1828.
Monteforte Cilento Monteforte is a hill town located in northern Cilento, below Chianello mountain (1,319 m) and above the valley of Alento river. It lies on the provincial highway between Trentinara and Capizzo, a "frazione" of Magliano Vetere. The municipality borders with the municipalities of Cicerale, Felitto, Magliano Vetere, Orria, Perito, Roccadaspide and Trentinara.
Monteforte d'Alpone Monteforte d'Alpone is a "comune" (municipality) in the Province of Verona in the Italian region Veneto, located about west of Venice and about east of Verona.
Monteforte d'Alpone Monteforte d'Alpone borders the following municipalities: Gambellara, Montecchia di Crosara, San Bonifacio, and Soave. The economy is based on the production of wine.
Edoardo Monteforte He studied in the Academy of Fine Arts of Naples under Achille Carillo and Gabriele Smargiassi, painting luminous land- and seascapes. He painted both in oil and watercolor, and was very prolific. In 1877 at Naples, he exhibited: "a domenica d' ottobre verso Pompei"; and two watercolors titled: "Sulla spiaggia" and "Inverno". In 1881 at Milan, he exhibited "Parco Spinelli", "Il ritorno dalla pesca", and "Il ritorno da Sorrento". At the 1883 Exhibition in Milan, he displayed "Vento fresco", "Marina Sorrentina", and "Costa Sorrentina". In 1884 at Turin, he exhibited "Il ritorno dalla pesca"; "Monte Scutari", and "Mattinata pel bosco". After a trip to Egypt, he painted a number of Orientalist subjects, including "A sera per l'Alto Nilo", "Tomb of the Caliph in Cairo", exhibited in 1898 at Turin.
Mario Monteforte Toledo A master of narrative prose, in 1993, Mario Monteforte was awarded the Guatemala National Prize in Literature for his body of work. He died of heart disease in Guatemala City.