Zanelli, Angelo (1879-1942)

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Angelo Zanelli, Italian sculptor, was born in San Felice del Benaco, Brescia, 1879 and died in Rome in 1942. He settled in Rome in 1904, and won a contest of the projects for the Monument of Victor Emanuel II in Piazza Venezia, for which he executed a frieze and a statue of Dea Roma. He also executed some other monumental statues.

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