Roman painter, born in Tivoli, where he lives for part of the year, spending the rest in Rome. He is a good genre painter and also treats watercolours with ease and strength of colour. In 1881 he exhibited two good works in Milan: “I colombi” (Pigeons) and “I golosi” (Gourmands), of good workmanship, excellent intonation and a certain uncommon artistic ease.
He also sent some of his works to Turin in 1884, including an excellent watercolour “Ulivi nella via Cassiana” (Olive Trees in the Via Cassiana) which he sold, as well as the others he painted which adorn the galleries and rooms of the main Italian and foreign families.
Another good painting, of which we have also seen some excellent reproductions, is “The Bersagliere and the Cellarman”. De Dominicis worked a lot and always with good success, and especially as a watercolourist he occupies a good place among Roman artists.