Tadolini, Giulio (1849-1918)
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Giulio Tadolini, Italian sculptor, was born and died in Rome in 1849-1918. He was a nephew of Adamo Tadolini and was famous mostly for the monument to Victor Emmanuel II in Perugia (1890) and for the statues of Umberto I (1900) and of Leo XIII (1907, St John Lateran). Tadolini also executed numerous portraits of high quality.
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