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Angelo Bertolazzi

Biographical information

TypeCompeted in Olympic Games
Full nameAngelo•Bertolazzi
Used nameAngelo•Bertolazzi
Born21 September 1896 in Milano, Milano (ITA)
Died12 February 1963 in Milano, Milano (ITA)
NOC Italy


Italian sculptor Angelo Bertolazzi was initially trained by his father and then at the cathedral building hut in Milano. He completed his education at the Academy of Fine Arts in Brera. Later, he taught sculpture at the vocational schools of the Humanitarian Society in Milan. Bertolazzi then produced several funeral monuments, religious art and monuments in the neoclassical style. He mainly worked with marble and bronze and exhibited frequently in Italy. Some of his works were the torso of a young girl at the Second Quadrennial National Art in Roma in 1925, Adriana Gambaroda at the Venezio Biennale of 1936, and the Child Lombard for the exhibition of the 1941 National Union of Fascists. His sculpture Centometrista (Sprinter), created in 1932, is in the Museo del Novecento in Milan.


Games Discipline (Sport) / Event NOC / Team Pos Medal As
1932 Summer Olympics Art Competitions ITA Angelo Bertolazzi
Sculpturing, Unknown Event, Open (Olympic) AC