An item that caught my attention was this large triptych:
It's titled La leggenda di Orfeo (1905), painted by Luigi Bonazza (1877-1965). The image above does not have very good resolution. Otherwise, it would show that Bonazzo used a form of pointillism to fill areas of what otherwise appear to be solid, sharply painted subjects.
According to this Wikipedia entry (in Italian), he was born and grew up in Arco, just north of Lake Garda in Trentino, or Südtirol in the Austro-Hungarian Empire, which has been part of Italy since the Great War. Bonazzo was of the Italian-speaking community there and fled south when Italy declared war on the Central Powers, even though he had received his art training in Vienna.
Bonazzo seems to have spent much of his career in Trento, keeping his style almost traditional, yet with an air of modernism. More examples of his work are below.
Bonazzo, like many artists of his time, also did commercial work.
From a series of mezzotint engravings.
I can't find good, consistent information on this tempera-on-cardboard painting.
Portrait of the poet, adventurer, aviator and politician.
A later work also adding a slight modernist touch to a traditional format.