Taccone, Paolo (died 1477)

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Taccone, Paolo di Mariano da Sezze, named Paolo Romano, Italian sculptor active in Rome in 1451-1477. He also worked in Naples over the Arch of Alfonso d'Aragona in circa 1458. His most famous works are the statues of St.Andrea (cemetery of Pilgrims close to Ponte Milvio in Rome) and St.Paul (Rome, Ponte Sant'Angelo).

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