Masini Girolamo (December 29, 1840 – 1885)

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Girolamo Masini (December 29, 1840 – 1885) was an Italian sculptor. He was born in Florence, Tuscany, where he studied with Florentine sculptor Aristodemo Costoli. Masini's most prominently-sited work is the bronze statue of Cola di Rienzi (1877) on the left of the stairs leading to the Campidoglio, Rome. Contemporary bronze reductions of it were made.