Tommaso Cascella (1890–1968) was an Italian painter, known for brightly colored landscapes.
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He was born in Ortona in the Abruzzo. He trained in the Liceo Artistico of Giuseppe Misticoni. His younger siblings, Basilio, Michele (1907–1941), and Gioacchino were all painters. Tommaso traveled to Paris in 1909. Their house in Pescara is now the Museo Basilio Cascella.
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