(1884 - 1916)
Rembrandt Bugatti was active/lived in Italy, France. Rembrandt Bugatti is known for realistic animal sculpture, drawings.
An Italian sculptor whose reputation was for animal subjects, Rembrandt
Bugatti was born in Milan, Itlay to a family of artists including an
uncle, Giovanni Seguantini, a painter, and a brother, Ettore, a
sculptor. His mother left him for periods of time when he was a
child to lead a very secluded life and to deal with her bitterness at
her fragile health, exaserbated by the birth of Rembrandt.
At age 14, Rembrandt Bugatti had completed a sculptor of a farmer
leading cows that got the attention of his father and a sculptor,
Troubetzkoi, for its skill of execution. At Troubetzkoi's
suggestion, the young Bugatti enrolled in the Brera Academy of
Milan. Between 1900 and 1903, he worked intensely and then
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