(1863 - 1920)
Pietro Scoppetta was active/lived in Italy. Pietro Scoppetta is known for Landscape and figure painting.
Biography Pietro Scoppetta
Pietro Scappetta was an Italian Impressionist painter and poet. Born in Amalfi, Pietro Scappetta (or Scoppetta) mainly painted
impressionistic motifs in oils and pastels. Since 1891, he was a resident
in Naples and studied at the Academy of Fine Arts under the guidance of
Giacomo di Chirico. From 1897, he lived in Paris, London and Rome.
his Neapolitan period, he was a frequent visitor to the Caffè Gambrinus
and friends with intellectuals and writers, including Salvatore Di
Giacomo, Gabriele D'Annunzio and Matilde Serao. His favorite subjects
were landscapes and figures. In 1920, works of Scappetta were shown
posthumously at the Biennale in Venice. (cko)
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