Pietro Balestra (sculptor)

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Pietro Balestra (c.1672–after 1729) was an Italian sculptor of the late-Baroque period. He was born in Siena, and was best known for his work in marble in Dresden, including a Meleager slaying the Calydonian Boar; Venus and Cupid, and Boreas and the Rape of Orithyia.