Enzo Plazzotta

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Young Dancer, a bronze opposite the Royal Opera House.
Jeté, a bronze on Millbank, Westminster, London.
Sculpture Homage to Leonardo (The Vitruvian Man) 1982 in Belgrave Square, London

Enzo Plazzotta (29 May 1921 – 12 October 1981) was an Italian-born British sculptor.[1]

Plazzotta was born in Mestre, near Venice, and spent his working life in London. He is best remembered for a fascination with and study of movement in bronze - the human form, horses, ballerinas, and for his female studies, many of which adorn London's streets. He died in London, aged 60.


Public works include:


  1. ^ Enzo Plazzotta: Compton Casey Gallery Archived February 24, 2012, at the Wayback Machine
  2. ^ "Enzo Plazzotta". Westminster Abbey. Retrieved 14 November 2022.
  3. ^ "The Hand of Christ sculpture by Italian sculptor Enzo Plazzotta in".
  4. ^ "Object Details | Public Sculptures of Sussex".
  5. ^ "Two Brothers - Boys Town, NE". Figurative Public Sculpture on Waymarking.com. Waymarking.com. Retrieved 7 November 2012.

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