The Martino brothers of Philadelphia founded the commercial art studio Martinos Studio. Several of the brothers were renowned for their fine art paintings as well as the commercial studio. The family genealogy tree Includes their father Carmine Martino a stone mason from Monacilioni Italy and Clementina Baranello Martino a buttonhole maker from Ferrazzano Italy.
The Martino Family: A Legacy of Art

The Martino Family: A Legacy of Art is a new book by James McClelland. It can be ordered from PA Bookstore

The story starts with their hard-working parents who emigrated to America in the late 1800s, settling in Philadelphia to raise nine children. The seven Martino Brothers all became artists. They were Francesco, Antonio, Giovanni, Alberto, Ernesto, William and Edmund.

Author James McClelland saw this family of dedicated artists as a story that needed to be told. He embarked on a journey of research and interviews, delving into the family's history and ctreative accomplishments. McClelland's research revealed that this amazing family of artists is very much underrated and relatively unknown. Yet, there are numerous galleries todaythat champion their art with works held in many prominent museums around the country.

This book is comprised of 192 pages, contains more than 150 illustrations and is printed in full color. Each edition is plastic wrapped for shipping.

Carmine and Clementina Martino and their children in the US 
The ancestry of Carmine Martino of Monacilioni Italy The ancestry of Clementina Baranello Martino of Ferrazzano Italy The siblings: Frank, Filomena, Antonio, Albert, Ernest, Giovanni, William, Edmund