Fancelli, Cosimo (1620-1688)

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Cosimo Fancelli, Italian sculptor, was born and died in Rome in 1620-1688. He was in straight contact with Pietro da Cortona, collaborating on statues and relieves in the churches Santi Martino e Luca, Santa Maria in Via Lata, S.Maria Maggiore and etc. By the task of G.L.Bernini he sculptured an Angelo del Volto Santo (1668-1669) for the bridge Ponte Sant'Angelo in Rome.

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