Late 19th Century, Guglielmo Pugi, Italian Marble Sculpture of Two Girls
Italian Marble Sculpture
Guglielmo Pugi (1865?-1950?), born in Fiesole, Italy, was an Italian sculptor whose studio was in Florence. He was present at the 1901 World Fair in Buffalo and some of their sculptures are still in Buffalo parks today. Example works ("Statues, busts, and groups in marble") by J. and G. Pugi Brothers were displayed in the Palace of Manufactures in the 1904 St. Louis World's Fair.
Date:Late 19th Century
Size:H 21.26 in. x W 13.39 in. x D 13.78 in., H 54 cm x W 34 cm x D 35 cm
Place of Origin: Italy
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