Famous Italian Sculptors
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profile name: Michelangelo profile occupation: Architect, Painter, Sculptor, Poet
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profile name: Donatello profile occupation: Sculptor
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profile name: Giovanni Bernini profile occupation: Architect, Sculptor
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profile name: Amedeo Modigliani profile occupation: Painter, Sculptor
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profile name: Lorenzo Ghiberti profile occupation: Sculptor
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profile name: El Greco profile occupation: Architect, Painter, Sculptor
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