Acquisti, Luigi (1745-1823)

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Luigi Acquisti, Italian sculptor, was born in Forli' in 1745 and died in Bologna in 1823. His most noted works are: relieves of Arco della Pace (Milan); big statue Vecchia Legge (facade of Duomo in Milan); a group Marte e Venere (Villa Carlotta in Tremezzo); statues in Palazzo Braschi (Rome).

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