Mazzoni, Giulio (circa 1525-after 1589)

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Giulio Mazzoni, Italian sculptor, stucco-maker, painter and architect, was born and died in Piacenza in circa 1525-after 1589. He was a pupil of Vasari, and led his vast activity in Rome and in Piacenza. The most valuable part of the works created by Mazzoni were stucco decorations, as a fine example of which serves the decoration of Palazzo Spada in Rome.

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