Torre del Greco - Napoli 1880 circa / Roma 1934
Pupil of Vincenzo Irolli, of whom he is a convinced follower, Forlenza is a painter who has continued the tradition of the XIX century Neapolitan painting, faithful to the canons of his master.
He worked hard in Naples, together with Luca Postiglione and Tito Pellicciotti and his production, greatly appreciated, mainly consists of figures of women and fishermen, who were regularly purchased by foreign tourists in the shop of Fine Arts Loria, in Naples.
He has participated in various exhibitions including The exhibition of Fine Arts in Florence in 1913, the exhibitions of the Promoter of Fine Arts of Naples from 1912 to 1917, the year in which the chronicles tell of a beautiful portrait, which is appreciated by audiences and critics alike.
Promotrice Napoli 1912 / 1913 / 1914 / 1915-16 / 1916-17
Promotrice Firenze 1913