Gaetano Matteo Monti

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Gaetano Matteo Monti, Napoleon crowned King of Italy (1807). Originally place in Arco della Pace, but removed, now in Brera

Gaetano Matteo Monti (born Ravenna, 1776–died Milan, 1847) was an Italian sculptor, working in the Neoclassical style.

He studied in Bologna and Rome and then moved to Milan, where he worked on Milan Cathedral (Duomo de Milano)[1] and the Arco della Pace with a similarly named Milanese sculptor, Gaetano Monti (1750–1827).

His son was the sculptor Raffaelle Monti.[2]



  1. ^ Italian Memorial Sculpture, 1820-1940: A Legacy of Love By Sandra Berresford
  2. ^ Rupert Gunnis, Dictionary of British Sculptors 1660–1851, 1951
  3. ^ Italian Memorial Sculpture, 1820–1940: A Legacy of Love By Sandra Berresford
  4. ^