Bracci, Pietro (1700-1773)

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Pietro Bracci, Italian sculptor, was born and died in Rome in 1700-1773. In Rome he realized numerous important public and private works like: a tomb of Benedict XIII in the church S.Maria sopra Minerva; the statues of the monument to Maria Clementina Sobieski in St Peter's (1722); Nettuno e i tritoni for the Trevi fountain (1722); a tomb of Benedict XIV in St Peter's; statues of angels in S.Maria Maggiore.

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