Early 20th Century Italian Milan View by Achille Cattaneo
Milan Street View depicting Il Tombone di San Marco, early 20th-century Italian oil painting on walnut panel signed in pencil on the lower left by the milanese artist Achille Cattaneo (1872-1932).
Good age realted condition, set within a mid 19th-century mecca silverleaf gilded wooden frame.
Bertini’s pupil at Brera was then strongly influenced by the naturalistic verism with a disappointed matrix in the schemes of the so-called Lombard impressionism by Emilio Gola. His first painting was purchased by the City for the Gallery of Modern Art in Milan. He participated in numerous national and international exhibitions with paintings of interiors of churches and views of Milan, especially the canals, which he preferred. In 1950 a posthumous exhibition of this artist, classified as a good impressionist from Lombardy, sincere, fresh and effective, was held at the Galleria Ronzini in Milan.
Height: 15.8 (29) cm
Width: 10.4 (23) cm
Depth: 5 cm
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