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. He returned to in Milan where he taught at his alma mater from 1860 to 1875, passing the "Sculpture Chair" to Giosuè Argenti.
- Strazza’s most well known work in North America is The Veiled Virgin.
- Oxford Index (Benzit Dictionary of Artists), Giovanni Strazza
- Berresford, Sandra, Italian Memorial Sculpture 1820-1940: A Legacy of Love, Frances Lincoln Limited, London, 2004 p 55
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