|Citizenship||Kingdom of Italy|
|Known for||popular model for paintings|
Anna Risi (1835 – 1880), nicknamed Nanna, was a popular Italian model for paintings. She was a muse and mistress of German painter Anselm Feuerbach, who admired her beauty so much that he painted her at least twenty times.
Risi depicted as Vipsania in A Roman Woman by Feuerbach
Risi as Medea in Medea mit dem Dolch (Medea with the Dagger) by Feuerbach
- Schabow, Marie (2011). Anna Risi bei Feuerbach und Leighton - ein Vergleich. GRIN. ISBN 9783656064299.
- Pound, Cath (August 10, 2018). "A new exhibition looks at how love has been portrayed in art over centuries". BBC. Retrieved 2020-07-04.
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