Oil on panel by Carlo Follini (1848-1938), depicting a landscape with figures, signed lower left. Carlo Follini (Domodossola 24 August 1848 – Pegli 6 March 1938). He studied at the Albertina Academy in Turin, a pupil of Fontanesi albeit at a little advanced age. He exhibited his first painting at the Turin Promoter; later took part in the exhibitions in Turin, Milan, Florence, Naples, Palermo, Munich, Paris, London, San Francisco and various others. Strong, skilled landscape painter, he portrayed, with great poetry, many views of the Alps and also executed marine. In the first part of his artistic activity he followed the ways of Fontanesi, later he was attracted a little by those of Segantini.

Measurements: In frame H 45 x W 54.5 x D 4.5 / Table H 15 x W 24.5 cm