Portrait of Leopoldo (Leo) Mascioli

This is a black and white full-length portrait of Leopoldo (Leo) Mascioli. He is wearing dark coloured work clothes: a long sleeve button-up collared shirt, a black tie, belted breeches, and mid-calf lace-up boots.  His wavy hair is cut low on the sides and the top is parted to the right. He is staring straight at the camera.  His left hand is resting at the hip and a wide-brimmed hat is tucked under his arm. His right arm is resting by his side, with the thumb tucked in the pants pocket. The backdrop is of a full length tapestry or painting, featuring a nature scene and the carpeted floor has a paisely pattern. This was taken in a photo studio. His granddaughter, Sandy O'Grady, puts this picture at around 1912-1914.

This is a copy of an original printed on inkjet photo paper.

Leopoldo (Leo) Mascioli of Timmins was interned during World War II at Camp Petawawa.