Emilio Greco



Emilio Greco (11 October 1913 in Catania, Sicily – 5 April 1995) was an Italian sculptor, engraver, medallist, writer and poet. He is best known for his monumental bronze sculptures which are located around the world in Museums - Tate Modern (London), Hermitage (Saint Petersburg), Puskin Museum (Moscow), GNAM (Rome), Hirshhorn Museum (Washington D.C.), Hakone Open-Air Museum (Japan), Museu Coleção Berardo (Lisbon), Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium (Bruxelles), Kröller-Müller-Museum (Otterlo), Storm King Art Center (New Windsor, NY), Hawke's Bay Museum (New Zealand), Museo Novecento (Florence) - and public works of art in London, Rome, Tokyo, Osaka, Orvieto, Sendai, Tarquinia, Vatican, Antwerp and Marl/Germany.

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