Angelo Pinto (1908 - 1994)
Born in Cas'Avellino, Italy, Angelo Pinto, a painter and printmaker, grew up in Philadelphia and graduated from the Pennsylvania Museum School of Industrial Art. He continued his studies at the Barnes Institute, where he was mentored by Dr. Albert C. Barnes, and eventually taught there from the 1934 until 1992. Pinto's paintings are distinctively Surrealist in character, and are found in museums and galleries throughout the United States.
Wood engraving, 1988; edition of 250. Image size 5-7/8” x 3¼” on an 11” x 15” sheet of Fabriano Artistico paper. Numbered 142.200 and signed in pencil by the artist. Printed by Lisa Dodington and published by Bowne & Co., New York in The Wood Engraving Portfolio. Fine.