Piazza Vittoria, Naples (1931)

Casciaro Guido (Napoli 1900 / 1963)

Technique: Oil on plywood
Measures: 21cm x 26cm

Signed lower right and dated: a IX Napoli


Guido Casciaro

Casciaro Guido

Casciaro Guido (Napoli 1900 / 1963)

Painter

Pupil of his father Giuseppe Casciaro at the Fine Art Institute in Naples, in which he became a teacher of decorative painting in 1942, was also the chairman of marquetry, cabinet making and design at the School of Art in Sorrento.
He attended many exhibitions including the exhibition of Italian Art in Brussels, the Venice Biennale in 1934, 1936, 1938, 1940, 1942, 1948, the Quadrennale in Rome in 1931, 1935, 1939 and 1943, the Promotrici 1931 and 1939.
His works are being conserved at the National Gallery of Modern Art in Rome (I went o Luigi Settembrini’s prison), in the Museum of Rome and in the Gallery of Modern Art in Latina (Winter).



Giuseppe Casciaro (bio)


Altre opere di 'Guido Casciaro'

Bacoli, Naples (1930)

di Guido Casciaro (Napoli 1900 / 1963)

Technique: Oil on canvas on cardboard
Measures: 35cm x 43cm

Ischia, the Aragonese castle (1928)

di Guido Casciaro (Napoli 1900 / 1963)

Technique: Oil on canvas
Measures: 56.5cm x 86cm

Ischia (1930)

di Guido Casciaro (Napoli 1900 / 1963)

Technique: Oil on canvas
Measures: 50cm x 60cm

Seascape

di Guido Casciaro (Napoli 1900 / 1963)

Technique: Oil on hardboard
Measures: 29cm x 39cm



 

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