Vettore Zanetti Zilla
(1864 - 1946)
Vettore Zanetti Zilla was active/lived in Italy. Vettore Zanetti Zilla is known for painting.
Vettore Zanetti Zilla completed his technical
studies in Venice and in the meantime approached painting by attending
the studio of Giacomo Favretto, a family friend. After a college degree, he decided to learn the rudiments of the art under the guidance of Aegisthus Lancerotto. After
completing military service in Naples and Sicily he returned to Venice
for a few years before moving with his family to Abruzzo, where he worked
as a teacher.
However, it does not interrupt his artistic
research and in 1898 he undertook a journey in several stages across
Europe, tightening contacts particularly with the French landscape. He participated
in international exhibitions in the Venice Art since its first edition,
in 1895, establishing itself for its lagoon landscapes characterized by
a decorative style not devoid of influences from across the Alps.
with watercolor and gouache painting painted, the latter technique that
allows him to obtain bright and pure colors. Among the
international exhibitions include those of Monaco in 1893 and Buenos
Aires in 1910. After the defeat of Kobarid, during the First World War,
he took refuge in Milan, organizing two solo exhibitions at the Galleria
Pesaro in 1918 and 1920.