(1892 - 1976)
Pietro Leidi was active/lived in Italy. Pietro Leidi is known for painting.
Deaf and dumb from birth, Pietro Leidi tried to be realized with the art to which he dedicated all his life. At nineteen, he entered the Academy of San Marco in Florence, where he remained four years, specializing then in Lugano for two years.
Back in his hometown, he opened the studio in the family home, in the district stand. He participated in several exhibitions and received many awards, such as that of May 1916 in the Show of the School of Design Moretto and the silver medal of the great kings of the First National Exhibition of art and crafts of Florence.