Benedetto Buglioni

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Benedetto Buglioni (1459/1460–1521) was an Italian sculptor.

Benedetto Buglioni, christening font, History of Battista

Buglioni was born in Florence, son of another sculptor Giovanni di Bernardo.[1] In the early 1480s Buglioni and his brother opened their own studio, and jointly worked on a number of commissions for various churches in the area. This includes works for the Church of Ognissanti, the church of San Pietro in Radicofani, and the Church of Santa Lucia a Settimello in Calenzano.

Buglioni specialized in glazed terracotta works. Some of his other works reside at the Cleveland Museum of Art.[2] Buglioni died in Florence in 1521.

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  • European sculpture and metalwork, a collection catalog from The Metropolitan Museum of Art Libraries (fully available online as PDF), which contains material on Buglioni (see index)