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Adolfo Laurenti (1856-1944) was an Italian sculptor.
Laurenti was prolific in the production of portraits and monuments. At Turin, in 1880, he displayed busts of an Arab, and of a prophet (Augur) and a Roman senator (awarded a prize). In 1888 in Rome, he displayed Nero; Le smorfie dei satiri, e Una partita a palline sulle rive del Tevere. He sculpted a bust of Domenico Fernelli (1905) in bronze, located in the Giardini Nuvolari of Mantua.
Among his public works, are a fountain and Monument to Fallen (Caduti) (1926) in the Piazza Borghese; a Garibaldini (1883) in Piazza Porzio Catone; a monument to Silvio Spaventa (1899) located in Bomba, in province of Chieti; and finally a moument to the fallen in Piazzale Belvedre of Rocca Priora.
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