Painting oil on canvas with dimensions of 112 x 140 without frame and 120 x 148 with frame depicting a genre scene, set in a square where a Cavadenti is the main protagonist; it is an original work by Andrea Pastò ( Venezia 1746 - 1806 ), a Venetian artist active towards the second half of the eighteenth century, full of moods that often painted subjects of popular taste.
It is Sufficient to recall the "Country Ball" or the "Seduction Scene" in the Widman - Borletti villa in Bagnoli or the "Reception" in Villa Bagnoli now located at the Carrara Academy in Bergamo.
This painting is a typical work of our great artis, first of all for the people who animate the scenography and then for the architecture and the environment. The inclination towards still life, another specialty of Andrea Pastò, is revealed here by the medicine box that is about to be brought to Cavadenti.
Pastò employs a style very similar to that of Pietro Longhi; he seeks Truth and nature, his figurines are talking, and although they are often caricatures his paintings are truly alive and resembling reality.
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