Landini, Taddeo (c1550-1596)

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Taddeo Landini, Italian sculptor, was born in Florence in c1550 and died in Rome in 1596. His most important works are: The Winter, one of the decorative statues at the bridge of Santa Trinita in Florence; and the statues of four men for the Fontana delle Tartarughe (1585).

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