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Rembrandt Bugatti

Italian sculptor who produced bronze sculptures of wildlife subject matter, such as for example his Sacred Hamadryas Baboon, that was auctioned for more than 2 million dollars. He hung around his father’s workshop and was motivated to try sculpting. He adored character and spent lots of time in the animals sanctuary close to the Jardin des Plantes in Paris with the Antwerp Zoo. He was the next child of Carlo Bugatti and his wife, Teresa Lorioli. He and Antonio Delpollaiolo had been both sculptors from Italy.

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