(1902 - 1993)
Pietro (Peter) Pezzati was active/lived in Massachusetts. Pietro Pezzati is known for portrait-prominent persons, landscape.
Pietro Pezzati (September 18, 1902 - February 19, 1993) was an American portrait painter who was located in the Boston area. His art was rooted in the Renaissance tradition. His artwork included landscapes, pen and ink drawings, watercolors, pastel and oil portraits.
He was born Peter S. Pezzati to Italian immigrant parents, Sisto and Cesarina Opizzi Pezzati, at 57 Batchelder Street in Roxbury, Massachusetts, a part of Boston.
Pezzati graduated from Boston College High School in 1917 where he studied both Latin and Greek. He was to eventually master six languages. He won a scholarship to the Child-Walker School of Arts and Crafts in Boston. There he studied under American painter Charles Hopkinson who took him on as an assis ... Displaying 750 of 1736 characters.