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Ignazio Marabitti (1719, Palermo - 1797, Palermo) was a Sicilian sculptor. He trained in Rome in the studio of Filippo della Valle, head of the Accademia di San Luca, but was mainly active in Sicily, where his most notable work is the Fontana del Genio a Villa Giulia, and several prominent statues on the facade of the Cathedral of Syracuse.
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