Luigi Pampaloni

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Luigi Pampaloni (Florence, 1791–1847) was an Italian sculptor, active in a Neoclassical style.

Fountain of the Naiads, Empoli.

He studied under Lorenzo Bartolini. In 1826, he completed with the collaboration of Ottavio Giovannozzi the design of the Fountain of the Naiads in Empoli. In 1834, he completed a bust of Maria Antonietta of Bourbon, sister of Ferdinand II of Naples, and second wife of Leopold II the Granduke of Tuscany. He sculpted a statue of her husband, Leopold II, for a piazza in San Miniato. He also sculpted statues of Brunelleschi and Arnolfo di Cambio for the Duomo of Florence, and a Leonardo da Vinci statue for the Uffizi Gallery.[1]