Eugenio Tavolara

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Eugenio Tavolara (1901–1963) was an artist born in Sassari, Sardinia, Italy, with interests in many disciplines. He is well known for his hand-crafted "toys", most prominently small statues in terracotta representing Sardinians in traditional costumes.[1][2] In a 2007 tribute exhibition, 14 Sardian artists reinterpreted his works.[3]


  1. ^ Altea, Giuliana; Eugenio Tavolara; Marco Magnani (1994). Eugenio Tavolara. Ilisso. pp. 288 pages. ISBN 88-85098-26-6.
  2. ^ Altea, Giuliana (2005). Eugenio Tavolara. Ilisso: I maestri dell'Arte Sarda. pp. 126 pages. ISBN 88-89188-11-1.
  3. ^ "Omaggio a Tavolara". Mostre (in Italian). SardegnaCultura. 2007. Retrieved 15 January 2008.