(1856 - 1928)
Raffaello Romanelli was active/lived in Italy. Raffaello Romanelli is known for sculpture.
Biography Raffaello Romanelli
Raffaelo Romanelli was the son and student of the distinguished Florentine sculptor Pasquale Romanelli. He also studied the Accademia di Belle Arti in Florence, under Augusto Rivalta and Emilio Zocchi. Aside from portrait bust and collectors' marbles, he was responsible for the monument to Giuseppe Garibaldi in Siena, and the equestrian bronze of King Carlo Alberto of Piedmont-Sardinia in Rome. After Pasquale Romanelli’s death in 1887, Raffaello and grandson Romano continued his legacy which lives on to the present day - the Romanelli studio (now a private museum) remains one of the few working studios in Florence.
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