Francesco Queirolo (1704–1762) was an Italian Genoese-born sculptor, active in Rome and Naples during the Rococo period.
He trained with Giuseppe Rusconi in Rome. Here he executed the statues of St. Charles Borromeo and St. Bernard in the façade of Santa Maria Maggiore, a bust of Christine of Sweden (1740), the statue of "Autumn" in the Trevi Fountain (1749) and the sepulchre of Duchess Grillo in Sant'Andrea delle Fratte (1752).
After 1752 he was active in the decoration of the famed Neapolitan Cappella Sansevero.
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