Antonio Pietro Martino (1902-1989) born in Philadelphia, was an American landscape painter. He studied art at the Pennsylvania Museum School of Industrial Art, the Philadelphia Sketch Club, the Spring Garden Institute of Art, and the La France Institute. His early career focused on landscape scenes along Darby Creek and the Delaware River. He worked in oil and watercolor and was a member of the American Watercolor Society. By 1971, he moved to California to paint seascapes and landscapes and continued to do so for the remainder of his life. His work was exhibited throughout the country at the Whitney Museum in New York, the Carnegie Institute in Pittsburgh, and the Royal Academy Watercolor Society in London, among others.