(1843 - 1917)
Adelaide Pandiani Maraini was active/lived in Italy. Adelaide Maraini is known for sculpture.
Biography Adelaide Maraini
Adelaide Pandiani Maraini, (1843-1917), was born in Milan, Italy, into a family of sculptors. Her father, Giuseppe, initially provided inspiration and early artistic training. Her studies continued in Florence under the direction of Lorenzo Bartolini and Giovanni Duprè, both renowned sculptors.
Maraini's highly acclaimed marble, "Sappho", a contemporary rendition of an earlier work titled "Sappho", by her teacher Giovanni Dupre, now forms part of collection in The National Museum of Modern Art, Rome. Adelaide's "Sappho" was unveiled and exhibited at the 1878 Paris Exposition Universelle; displayed in the Salone Italiana, "Sappho" was one of the most admired works of art exhibited.
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