Bartolini, Lorenzo (lōrĕnˈtsō bärtōlēˈnē) [key], 1777–1850, Italian neoclassical sculptor, studied in Florence and Paris. His most imposing creation is the Niccolò Demidoff monument in Florence. Napoleon commissioned many works from him. Among these was a colossal portrait bust of the emperor (Bastia).
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