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 Furio Piccirilli  (1868 - 1949)

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Lived/Active: New York / Italy      Known for: Figurative, animal sculpture, public sculpture

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Born in Massa, a commune in the Carrara province of Italy, Furio Piccirilli became a sculptor of public monuments and figural works with allegorical themes.  Many of his pieces were carved marble.  He emigrated to New York City with his family, and worked from a studio on 142nd Street in the Mott Haven section of the Bronx. 

Furio Piccirilli was one of six sons of Giuseppe Piccirilli.  He studied sculpture at the Academia San Luca in Rome, and then emigrated to New York City with his parents and brothers in 1888.  The father, with his six sons, established a marble-cutting studio that specialized in stone modeling and carving for the leading sculptors of their day.

Among the sculptures by Furio were The Pioneer Woman, a memorial on the campus of Texas Women's University at Denton, Texas; the John McDonogh monument in Lafayette Squre in New Orleans; and sculptural decoration for the Parliament House in Winnipeg, Canada.

He was a member of the Architectural League of New York and of the National Academy of Design.  Exhibitions included the St. Louis Expo of 1904, the Panama-Pacific Exposition in San Francisco of 1915; and the Pennsylvania Academy between 1904 and 1912.

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John and Deborah Powers, Texas Painters, Sculptors & Graphic Artists
Peter Hastings Falk, Editor, Who Was Who in American Art

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The following is from Jerry and Eleanor Koffler:

In The Sculpture and Mural Decorations of the Exposition by Stella G.S. Perry; San Francisco: Paul Elder & Company, 1915 [The Panama-Pacific International Exposition was held in San Francisco in 1915] there are three works by Furio Piccirilli listed and pictured in black and white: Fountain of Spring and Fountain of Winter, both in The Court of the Four Seasons, pages 96-99.  Eurydice with black and white photo is on pages 156-157.  Eurydice won a silver medal along with an unlisted sculpture, Mother and Child.  At the same exposition Attilio Piccirilli won a gold medal for his, An Outcast

See pages 162-163 for description and b/w photo.

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San Francisco Panama-Pacific Exhibition 1915

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