Calandra, Davide (1856-1915)

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Davide Calandra, Italian sculptor, was born and died in Turin in 1856-1915. He was a pupil of O.Tabacchi, and his most noted works are: Royal tiger (1883), a Monument of G.Garibaldi (Parma), Monument of Prince Amedeo of Savoy (1902, Turin, Parco del Valentino), Monument of Zanardelli (Brescia, 1909), Monument of General Mitre (Buenos Aires), and a Monument to Umberto I (Rome), most of them are equestrian ones.

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