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Ettore Spalletti

Italian sculptor and writer. He was among the foremost sculptors in Tuscany in the generation after Lorenzo Bartolini. His early experiments in naturalism attracted such hostile criticism that he was forced to abandon this style in favour of a sensual neo-Greek manner. His later works are marked by a richly expressive eclecticism....

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B. M. Kirikov, S. G. Fyodorov and Jeremy Howard

Russian family of artists. The architect (1) Vasily Stasov was an eminent exponent of Neo-classicism. His son (2) Vladimir Stasov became a leading critic with democratic views and a champion of Realism in art.

(b Moscow, Aug 4, 1769; d St Petersburg, Sept 5, 1848...

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Italian, 20th century, male.

Born 9 October 1889, in Verona.

Painter. Portraits, nudes, landscapes.

A pupil of Alfredo Savini, Guido Trentini worked first in a realist style and then moved to neo-Classicism.

Athens (GMA): Nude

Brussels: Reading

Rome (Gal. Nazionale d'Arte Moderna): Maternity

Verona (Galleria Civica D'Arte Moderna e Contemporanea): ...

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