Stati, Cristoforo (1556-1619)

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Cristoforo Stati, Italian sculptor, was born in Bracciano in 1556 and Rome 1619. He was a representative of late-mannerist Roman school. His most noted works are: monument to Paul V (church S.Maria Maggiore); statue of Maddalena and statue of monsignor Barberini (Cappella Barberini, Sant'Andrea della Valle, Rome).

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