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Elio Benvenuto

a survey of 50 years [of] sculpture, drawing : Museo Italo-Americano, Richmond Art Center, July 18 through August 22, 1982.

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      • Exhibition catalog.includes bibliographical references (p. 41-45).

        StatementMuseo Italo Americano
        PublishersMuseo Italo Americano
        LC Classifications1982
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 120 p. :
        Number of Pages74
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        ISBN 10nodata

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Elio Benvenuto

He writes of his time in Paris: When certain decisions of the court were sent me by those lawyers, and I perceived that my cause had been unjustly lost, I had recourse for my defence to a great dagger I carried; for I have always taken pleasure in keeping fine weapons.

He immigrated to San Francisco in 1948 and was soon commissioned to create seventeen sculptures for Corpus Christi Church in San Francisco. Cellini then worked at the court of at and Paris. The obverse and reverse, as well as the rim, are drawn full size, and moreover the morse with the precious stones set therein, including a diamond then considered the second-largest in the world, is fully described. Goldfinger was an artist - a scientist Elio Benvenuto crime as great in his field as Cellini or Einstein in theirs.

Cellini was the subject of an byas well as another of the same title by. According to Cellini's autobiography, it was during this period that his personal rivalry with the sculptor grew.

Elio Benvenuto thisCellini crafted three anthropomorphic heads on to the armour of the duke. Saliera was stolen from the on 11 May 2003 by a thief who climbed scaffolding and smashed windows to enter the museum.

The Companion Guide to Florence. Its principal figures are a naked sea god and a woman, sitting opposite each other with legs entwined, symbolically representing the planet. His parents were Giovanni Cellini and Maria Lisabetta Granacci.

In a public altercation before Dukehad called out to him Sta cheto, soddomitaccio! Cellini fled to to shelter from the consequences of an affray with aSer Benedetto, whom he had wounded. He was one of the most important artists of. There he Elio Benvenuto again took up his skills as aand was warmly welcomed by Duke Cosimo I de' Medici — who elevated him to the position of court sculptor and gave him an elegant house in Via del Rosario where Cellini built a foundrywith an annual salary of two hundred scudi.

He could no longer Elio Benvenuto his enemies by the sword, as he had silenced those in Rome. After briefly attempting a clerical career, in 1562 he married a servant, Piera Parigi, with whom Elio Benvenuto claimed he had five children, of whom only a son and two daughters survived him.

Fromhe went to the court of the duke ofand then back to Florence.