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 Enrico Quattrini  (1864 - 1950)

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Enrico Quattrini (1864-1950)

Born on December 24, 1864 into a family with little means, his artistic talent was nevertheless discovered early and supported by scholarships, he studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Perugia beginning in 1880.  After graduation in 1884, he moved to Rome, where an exciting artistic life began to emerge.

In 1901, he created the central front bezel in the cathedral of Arezzo and in 1902 the allegorical group of Justice for the Palace of Justice in Rome to which the group of the Law was added between 1906 - 1911.  Between 1913 and 1922, he received papal commissions and in 1927, he was commissioned by Senator Beltrami and Bishop Gammatica to create the bronze statue of the Ambrosiana in Milan.  In the following years he fulfilled commissions for national and international clients as well as in his home region of Perugia.  In 1934 in Loreto at the shrine, he made a wooden statue of the Madonna and Child.   Back in Rome, he sculpted for St. Peter Basilica the statue of  Saint Madeleine Sophie Barat.  In 1936, he sculpted a sterling silver urn for the remains of St. Francesco di Paola thereafter two groups of sculptures for the city of Manaus in Brazil.  He died in Rome on April 26, 1950.

Selected works:
Bezel central front in the Cathedral (Arezzo, 1901)
Allegorical group of Justice (Palace of Justice in Rome, 1902)
Allegorical group of the Law (Justice Palace in Rome, 1906-1911)
Funeral monument of Cardinal Rampolla (Basilica di Santa Cecilia in Rome, 1913)
Sculpture by Benedict XV (Istanbul, 1919)
Bust of Pius XI (Vatican Museums in Rome, 1922)
Monument to Perugino (Public Gardens in Perugia Carducci, 1923)
Plaque in honor of Augustus Ciuffelli (Todi, 1923)
Tomb of Louis Crispolti (Todi, 1923)
Bronze statue Global Art (Milan, 1927)
Wooden statue of the Madonna and child (Loreto, 1934)
Madeleine Sophie Barat (St. Peter's Basilica in Rome, 1934)
Montallegro statue of the Virgin (cathedral of Rapallo, 1934)
Francesco di Paola (Rome, 1936)
Statue of Cardinal Von Rossum
Sculptural group for the opening of river traffic on the Amazon (Manaus)
Group sculpture in honor of João Batista de Figueiredo Tenreiro Aranha (Manaus)


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