Tito, Ettore, Italy 1859 to 1941 Oil Paintings
Ettore Tito was born in Castellammare di Stabia (close to Naples) in 1859 and passed on in 1941. He was an Italian kind, scene, and figurative painter. Tito went to class at the Academy of Art in Venice and later turned into a painting educator there. His work was shown worldwide, and in 1915 he was granted the Grand Prize in Painting at the Panama-Pacific International Exposition in San Francisco. At 67 years old, he was invited to be an individual from the Royal Academy of Italy. His paintings are most famous for how they caught the contemporary way of life during his time.
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