Nicolo Fumo (1647–1725) was an Italian sculptor and architect known for his wooden works. He is also known as Niccolo Fumo or Nicola Fumo.
Fumo was born at Saragnano. A pupil of Cosimo Fanzago, he sculpted the statue of Saint Lucia in the church of the same name in Naples, a St. George in 1720, the Archangel Gabriel (private collection), a statue in the church of the Holy Savior of Baronissi and many other statues of saints in the chapel of the Church of the Convent of Holy Trinity in Baronissi.
- Santa Maria di Montesanto, Naples, for one of his works
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