Giovanni Strazza

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Giovanni Strazza (1818-1875) was an Italian sculptor who was born in Milan, Italy. He studied at Brera Academy in Milan and then worked in Rome between 1840 and 1858.[1] He returned to in Milan where he taught at his alma mater from 1860 to 1875, passing the "Sculpture Chair" to Giosuè Argenti.[2]

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  1. ^ Oxford Index (Benzit Dictionary of Artists), Giovanni Strazza
  2. ^ Berresford, Sandra, Italian Memorial Sculpture 1820-1940: A Legacy of Love, Frances Lincoln Limited, London, 2004 p 55

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