Sculptor. Born Nottingham, son of an Italian immigrant. Apprenticed to Locatelli, they arrived in London in 1775 and carved the medallions at the Middlesex Sessions House. Achieved a good reputation for his portrait busts. Died at home, Cochran's Terrace (now Cochrane Street), St John's Wood. The picture is a self-portrait. London work includes: the caryatides at St Pancras church on Euston Road, two figures on the front of the Royal Opera House.
Person | Male Born 8/3/1762 Died 21/2/1839
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