(1812 - 1887)
Pasquale Romanelli was active/lived in Italy. Pasquale Romanelli is known for sculpture.
Biography Pasquale Romanelli
Pasquale Romanelli attended the Accademia di Belle Arti in Florence studying under both Luigi Pampaloni and Lorenzo Bartolini. He worked for Bartolini and then took over the running of his studio. His monumental works include "Fossombrai" 1863, in Arezzo, and "Alessandro Masi", he also finished Bartolini's monument " Demidoff" in Florence as well as executing the statue for the portico of the Uffizi.
He exhibited his works "Ruth" and "La Delusa" in Paris in 1851. His work "La Delusa" was bought by the Hermitage Museum in St Petersberg. The Museo Poldi in Milan has a bust by Romanelli of Bartolini and another bust of Bartolini can be found in the church of the Santa Croce in Florence.
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