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Gino and Fiorenzo Pugi (active first half 20th century)
After a model by Christophe-Gabriel Allegrain (1710-1795)
Italian, Florence, first half 20th century
BAIGNEUSE
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Gino and Fiorenzo Pugi (active first half 20th century)
After a model by Christophe-Gabriel Allegrain (1710-1795)
Italian, Florence, first half 20th century
BAIGNEUSE
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Details & Cataloguing

19th and 20th Century Sculpture

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Gino and Fiorenzo Pugi (active first half 20th century)
After a model by Christophe-Gabriel Allegrain (1710-1795)
Italian, Florence, first half 20th century
BAIGNEUSE

Catalogue Note

Gino and Fiorenzo Pugi, sons of Florentine sculptor Guglielmo Pugi (1850-1915), had a large international client base. They continued the workshop of their father in Florence, first as 'Guglielmo Pugi e figli', and renaming it 'Fratelli G. e F. Pugi' after 1935. The present marble, signed Pugi Freres probably indicates it was intended for a French client. 

19th and 20th Century Sculpture

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