Aristodemo Costoli

Aristodemo Costoli (1803–1871) was an Italian sculptor who spent his entire career in the city of Florence. His students included Girolamo Masini, Augusto Rivalta and his son Leopoldo Costoli.

Tribuna di galileo, statua di galileo, aristodemo costoli.

Partial anthology of worksEdit

 
Pegasus at Boboli Garden, Florence

Florence

Other cities in Italy

  • Genoa: Prudence and Columbus placing flag on Beach (1862), monument to Christopher Columbus.
  • Ancona: Monument to Cavour (1868), with statue dedicated to Cavour and two bas-reliefs, at Cavour square.
  • Pisa: Monument to Angelica Catalani (1859), at Camposanto.
  • Lucca: Bust of Leopold II, Museo nazionale di villa Guinigi.

Other countries:

  • Santiago, Chile: Monument to Pedro de Valdivia
  • Saint Petersburg: Memorial to Ekaterina Arkadievna Kotchoubey and her daughter Vera
  • Private commissions, England.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Guida rossa del TCI, Firenze e provincia (edition 2005), page 414
  2. ^ Guida rossa del TCI, Firenze e provincia (edition 2005), page 385
  3. ^ Quest'opera non risulta nella guida del TCI (edizione 2005), but cited in Aristodemo Costoli in the enciclopedia Treccani consultabile su Internet.
  • Mackay, James, The Dictionary of Sculptors in Bronze, Antique Collectors Club, Woodbridge, Suffolk 1977