Piero Dalle Ceste | Original prints, lithographs, etchings and illustrated books




Piero Dalle Ceste (Refrontolo, 1912 - Turin, 1974) was an Italian painter, very active in Turin and Piedmont.

Raised in Refrontolo, in the province of Treviso, he studied and subsequently also obtained the chair at the Albertina Academy in Turin.
In addition to various secular works, he was commissioned for numerous sacred representations. Among the most famous are the frescoes of the S.S. Annunziata in Turin, the frescoes of the Sanctuary of Mary Help of Christians in Turin, the cycle of frescoes in the presbytery and in the apse of the Parish Church of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary of Caramagna Piemonte (CN) (former ancient abbey of Santa Maria XI century), the fresco of the Church SM della Valle in Cunico (AT), the interior of the Sanctuary of Santa Rita in Turin, the altarpieces of the Sanctuary of San Giuseppe Marello in Asti and of Santa Chiara in Bra (CN), the paintings of Colera from 1855 and Madonna del Rosario in the parish church of Refrontolo, the frescoes in the apses of the Parish Maria Regina della Pace in Turin, of which he also rethought all the internal decoration.