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Umberto Bassignani — Italian sculptor in Monaco

Umberto Bassignani

Even though his masterpieces are familiar to almost every resident of Monaco, the life of this sculptor remains in the shadows for many of us. Umberto Bassignani is an Italian sculptor of Tuscan origin who conquered the Monegasque cultural environment in the 19th and 20th centuries. The artist was born in 1878 in the Italian commune of Fivizzano. After completing …

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Sculptures of Monaco: around Monaco-Ville. Continue the stroll

Peace Frame

The Principality of Monaco is full of art and culture, wonderful sculptures that commemorate historical figures and hold symbolic significance, created by some of the world’s most talented artists. Monaco-Ville area has sculptures hidden behind every corner that make the streets of the Rocher even more beautiful. You may not notice them as you walk past or know their meaning, but through …

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Sculptures of Monaco: around Monaco-Ville

Prince Albert

The Principality of Monaco is full of art and culture, wonderful sculptures that commemorate historical figures and hold symbolic significance, created by some of the world’s most talented artists. Monaco-Ville area has sculptures hidden behind every corner that make the streets of the Rocher even more beautiful. You may not notice them as you walk past or know their meaning, …

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Sculptures of Monaco: another walk at the Place of Casino

‘Hexa Grace’ by Victor Vasarely

HelloMonaco continues its series about beautiful sculptures of Monaco and today we will continue our walk around Monte-Carlo Casino as true artistic marvels are hidden in its neighborhood. The next artistic instalment can be found on the roof of the Monaco Convention Center, by the Fairmont Hotel: the ‘Hexa Grace’ by Victor Vasarely, with its beautifully blue, green and red …

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Sculptures of Monaco: a walk at the Place of Casino

Sky Mirror

HelloMonaco continues its series on the hidden treasures dotted around the Principality of Monaco, artistic gems that embellish the streets and gardens. Many that you might not take a notice of but which we bring to light in this unique series. We’ve strolled with you already in Fontvieille, along the Larvotto and in the Condamine district to discover different wonderful …

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