ZOCCHI Arnaldo- Sculpteur

Biographie

Sculpteur
  • Arnaldo Zocchi (20 September 1862 – 17 July 1940) was an Italian sculptor of the late 19th and early 20th century.
  • He was born in Florence and died in Rome.
  • He studied sculpture in Florence under his father Emilio Zocchi. 

Œuvres

Italy
  • Four Winged Victories at the Monument of Vittorio Emanuele II à Rome (co-work with three other sculptors)
  • Monument to Garibaldi in Bologna (1901)
  • Monument to Michelangelo in Caprese Michelangelo (1911)
  • Monument to the Martyrs of the Altamuran Revolution
  • Monument to the Fallen in World War I, (piazza Zanardelli, Altamura)
  • Monument to the Fallen in Sarteano
  • Monument to the Fallen in World War I in Nomentano, Rome (1938)
  • Monument to Manuel Belgrano in Genoa (1927)
  • Monument to Piero della Francesca in Sansepolcro (1892)
  • Monument to Christopher Columbus in Lavagna (1930)
Bulgaria
  • Demeter Fountain in Plovdiv (1891)
  • Monument of Liberty in Rousse (1900s)
  • Monument to the Tsar Liberator in Sofia (1907)
  • Various works in Sevlievo (1894), Lovech, Oryahovo (1903), the Dryanovo Monastery and Vidin (1911)
Rest of world
  • Monument to Christopher Columbus in Buenos Aires, Argentina (1921)
  • Monument to Saint Francis of Assisi in Cairo, Egypt
  • Monument to General Lafayette in Haverhill, Massachusetts, USA

Monuments dont il est l'un des auteurs (2)

Italie
Altamura

Place

Autres

Femme en pied, Homme(s), Homme mort, Bouclier, Canon, Épée, Lance, Casque

Italie
Altamura

Place

1914-18

Haut(s)-relief(s), Soldats blessés et mourants, Femme = Paix, Pilier commémoratif