Sirio Tofanari

Born in Florence, Tofanari after studying sculpture at the Accademia di Belle Arti moved to Paris and successively to London where he perfected his technique. An insightful observer of nature, Tofanari was famous for his ability to carve animals in their particular gait and to catch the naturalness of his subjects thanks to his chiseling…

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Domenico Trentacoste

(1856 – 1933) After a short stay in Naples in 1878, he moved to Florence for an improvement. From 1880 to 1885 he lived in Paris where he was affected by Rodin’s work and participated in the annual exhibitions of the Salon. In 1899 he stayed in London. In Rome he performs the allegorical groups…

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Arto Tchakmakchian

Canadian sculptor of Armenian origin, born in 1933, began the study of sculpture in 1948 at the School of Art of Panos Terlemezian. He had the reputation with the Monument to the Victims of Hiroshima with whom he won the competition organized by the Commission for Peace in Moscow, and in 1964 was donated by…

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Ana Tzarev

Ana Tzarev is a Croatian painter and sculptor. Was born in 1937 in Marija Guina in Trogir,Croatia. In 1956 she moved to New Zealand, where she studied fashion design, and started the Chandler House department store. Her Works have been featured in galleries, museums, and public spaces across Europe and Asia, including the Saatchi Gallery…

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