(1886 - 1918)
Cartaino di Scarrino Pietro was active/lived in New York / Italy. Cartaino Pietro is known for sculptor-realist figure.
Born in Palermo, Italy, Cartaino Pietro became a sculptor in realist style of classical figural subjects. He studied in Rome but was primarily self taught. He lived in Pelham, New York, New York City, and Boston, where he was a member of the Boston Art Club. In 1915, he exhibited at the San Francisco Exposition, and in 1919 his work was exhibited at the Pennsylvania Academy, although he was deceased.
Pietro was the founder and director of a group called Young Artists.
Work by this sculptor can be found at Hamilton College in Hamilton, Ohio; the Museum of Natural History in New York City; Pan-American Union in Washington DC, and a marble fountain in the Court House at Hackensack, New Jersey.
Peter Falk, "Who Was Who in American Art"