Rutelli, Mario (1859-1941)

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Mario Rutelli, Italian sculptor, was born and died in Palermo in 1859-1941. His masterpiece is a Fountain of Naiads on the Piazza dell'Esedra (Piazza della Repubblica) in Rome. He dedicated himself to big monuments like monument to Anita Garibaldi on Janiculum Hill in Rome, monument to Umberto I in Catania, monument to Goethe in Monaco di Baviera. He also created one of the statues of Victories of the monument to Victor Emmanuel on Piazza Venezia in Rome.

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