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Alessandro Vittoria

(1525—1608)


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VITTORIA, Alessandro (1525 - 1608), Sculptor, medallist, decorative designer

Vittoria, Alessandro (died 1608), sculptor, stuccoist, architect

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(b Trento, ?1525; d Venice, 27 May 1608).

Italian sculptor, active mainly in Venice, where he settled in 1543. He trained under Jacopo Sansovino and succeeded him as the leading ...

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