He was born in Perugia in 1901, where he attended the Academy of Fine Arts. In 1932 he was in Rome, where he created a good portion of his sculptures, famous for the Foro Italico. Interesting is the story of the gigantic monument for the Duce, higher than the Statue of Liberty in New York, of which Bellini was able to perform only a foot and the head, before the fall of the regime.

Are so beautiful his figures of women sitting and resting, emblematic of the style of the first half of ‘900.


After the bath

After the dance

Revolving figure

Resting dancer