Romanelli, Raffaello (1856-1928)

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Raffaello Romanelli, Italian sculptor, was born and died in Florence in 1856-1928. He was a son of sculptor Pasquale Romanelli, who was his teacher as well. He obtained fame outside of Italy: England, the USA, Cuba and Austria. His most celebrated works in Italy are: Donatello giacente (1896) (Chiesa di S.Lorenzo, Florence), monument of Garibaldi (Siena) and monument of Carlo Alberto (Rome).

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