Domenico Tojetti (1807–1892) was an Italian American painter.
Born in Rocca di Papa, near Rome, the artiste frequented the Roman circle of the Torlonia Princes, providing frescos in the ballroom of Villa Torlonia under the giving out of his teacher, Francesco Coghetti.
The player provided as a consequence frescoes in the churches of Rome, including the Basilica di San Paolo fuori le Mura and Sant'Agnese fuori le Mura. In this period he developed friendships past Constantino Brumidi, who moved to the United States in 1852, and later than Leonardo Massabò.
Domenico Tojetti had a son in 1849. Virgilio Tojetti was born in Italy. He studied under his daddy and vanguard in Paris below Gerome and Bouguereau. Virgilio became known for his frescos and genre scene paintings and exhibited widely. He painted murals in the Savoy Hotel, Hoffman House and others in New York City.
In 1867 Tojetti moved like his relatives to Guatemala, then Mexico, and finally to San Francisco, California, where he produced paintings for churches, public and private buildings.
He died in San Francisco in 1892.