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Abondio familylocked

  • J. G. Pollard
  •  and Rudolf-Alexander Schütte

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Italian family of medallists and wax modellers, active in central Europe. (1) Antonio Abondio worked first in Italy and later for the imperial courts in Vienna and Prague. He worked in an eclectic style drawn from Italian and northern sources. His oeuvre consists principally of some 60 medals, though he also produced some wax portraits (13 of which survive) and a few plaquettes of religious and mythological themes. His son and pupil, ...

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Dizionario biografico degli italiani (Rome, 1960–)
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Neue deutsche Biographie (Berlin, 1953–)