(1868 - 1930)
Aristide Petrilli was active/lived in Italy. Aristide Petrilli is known for sculpture.
Biography Aristide Petrilli
Italian sculptor active from the late 1800s to early 1900s, who created the Bacchantes sculpture now stationed in the mall park in Atascadero.
“Petrilli was born in Tivoli, Lazio, and studied in Florence at the Art Institute and subsequently the Accademia di Belle Arti di Firenze from 1889-90. He worked with Raffaello Romanelli before establishing his own studio at via Serragli, 152, in Florence. He specialised in romanticized figures of classical and historical themes, often using coloured marbles or bronze or gilt highlights, and is most remembered for his maidens in the Renaissance style. Petrilli's works were exhibited in the Salon of the Société des Artistes Français in 1896 (n° 3744 “Deux haut-reliefs” and n° 3745 “L'Empereur NapoléoNancy Dustin Wall Moure, ATASCADERO (including CAMP ROBERTS, CARRIZA/O PLAINS, PASO ROBLES, SAN MIGUEL, SANTA MARGARITA, SHANDON, TEMPLETON, ETC.), ART AND PHOTOGRAPHY BEFORE 1960 (Publications in [Southern] California Art, vol. 13, no. III), Cambria, Ca.: Dustin Publications, 2017
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