AMADEO GENNARELLI SCULPTURES FOR SALE & BIOGRAPHY

AMADEO GENNARELLI

Italian, early 20th Century

BIOGRAPHY
Amadeo Gennarelli was born in Naples, and while he was initially a pupil of Francesco Jerace (1853–1937), he emigrated to Paris in 1913. Until about 1930, Gennarelli exhibited regularly at Paris salons with the Société des Artistes Français. He is best known for his art deco sculptures in bronze, terra cotta, and wood, though he also worked in decorative arts. His work was most centrally focused on allegorical subjects, figures, mythological figures, female nudes, and urban landscapes.

Mark Murray Fine Paintings is a New York gallery specializing in buying and selling 19th century and early 20th century artwork.

AMADEO GENNARELLI
sculptures for sale

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Amadeo Gennarelli Sculptures Previously Sold

  AMADEO GENNARELLI    Bust of a Woman   Terracotta 13 x 14¾ x 4 inches (33 x 37.5 x 10 cm)  SOLD

AMADEO GENNARELLI
Bust of a Woman
Terracotta
13 x 14¾ x 4 inches (33 x 37.5 x 10 cm)
SOLD