Antonio Donghi's Woman at the Cafe (1932), featured in Palazzo Strozzi's exhibition The 30s: The Arts in Italy Beyond Fascism

Art of the state: fascist Italy's paintings go on show

Antonio Donghi (1897–1963) Italian Painter Antonio Donghi, the artist with an extremely refined technique, was one of Italy's leading figures in the neoclassical movement of the 1920s.

Antonio Donghi 1930 - an Italian painter of scenes of popular life, landscapes, and still life

Antonio Donghi

By Anne Leader Painter Antonio Donghi was born on 16 March 1897 in Rome, where he studied at the Istituto di Belle Arti just prior to serving in World War I.

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