Virgilio Audagna (1903-1995). Born in February 1903 in Cannes, France, where his father and his family had temporarily moved for work. Returning to Italy, he completed his artistic studies and attended the Academy of Fine Arts in Turin. During his artistic career, he has created both large monuments and small-format works. Active not only in Italy but also abroad, where he often stayed, he also had the opportunity to perform models for medals, of sacred and profane subjects, to commemorate numerous events. In addition to being a sculptor, he was a draftsman and painter. He died in Turin in 1994. The work represents a female nude, green marble sculpture.
Period: 20th century
Measurements: H 94 x W 43 x D 45 cm