Guglielmo Pugi (1850-1950)
Pugi was born in Fiesole, Italy and his statue Umberto 1 stands in the square of his home town. He sculpted figures and busts in marble from his studio in Florence from 1870, assisted by his sons Gino and Fiorenzo. His works were exhibited at the World Fairs of Buffalo and St. Louis in the USA in 1901 & 1904.
Museums : Volterra, Italy : Collection of figures & busts
Notable Works: Bathing Nymph ; Rebecca at the Well
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