Charming oil painting by the Italian artist Frederico Mazzotta (1839 - 1897)
Size: 40 x 26 cm - Gilded frame with mouldings - Signed.
Federico Mazzotta, born in 1839 in Naples and died in 1897, was an Italian painter, mainly of genre subjects, but also of historical and neo-Pompeian themes.
He lived in Capua. In 1884, he exhibited Un disastro and Un piccolo disastro in Turin. In 1886 in Milan, he exhibited Un trovatello and Il pomo morsicato, and in 1887 in Venice In campagna.
At the Neapolitan Promotrice of 1866, he exhibited Margherita Pusterla and her jailer. Ten years later, at the Genoa and Milan exhibitions, he exhibited Denys, Tyrant of Syracuse. He painted La tarentelle (1873) in Naples, and Il Sandalo, in neo-Pompeian style, in 1876 for the Promotrice di Genova.
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