Guidi, Domenico (1625-1701)

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Domenico Guidi, Italian sculptor, was born in Torano in 1625 and died in Rome in 1701. Being the pupil of A.Algardi, he assimilated his elegant style, and worked most of all in Rome: Angelo can la lancia (Ponte Sant'Angelo); statue of Clement IX (1671 in Santa Maria Maggiore); monument to the count Thiene (1676, Sant'Andrea della Valle).

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