The Centauricm

May 1966
Time;5/27/1966, Vol. 87 Issue 21, p78
The article focuses on Italian sculptor Marino Marini and the significant role he played in reviving the fading Italian Renaissance sculpture. Marini's talent in sculpting was honed by Pablo Picasso and Julio González and his works were believed predated Florentine sculptor Michelangelo Buonarroti by a thousand years. The sculptor was considered the one who revived the fading Italian Renaissance sculpture after Rodinesque impressionism of Medardo Rosso.


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