(1890 - 1968)
Tommaso Cascella was active/lived in Italy. Tommaso Cascella is known for painting.
Biography Tommaso Cascella
Tommaso Cascella (1890-1968), an Italian
landscape painter and majolica artist was a resident in Pescara. He was a
pupil of his father with whom together he painted the Palazzo Reale in
Bolzano. For a short period of time he studied at the Academy in Rome
and then continued studying in Paris.
He created mural paintings in the
Banca di Napoli in Pescara. His main body of work is often dominated by figural or animal staffage equipped landscapes that are mostly of
heavy gloomy atmosphere. In addition there are portrayals of farming
life in the Abruzzi and from the First World War. Cascella created
murals at the Consiglio Provinciale in Aquila. (tmi)
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