"Amedeo Gennarelli (1881-1943) - The Picker Of Goemon"Bronze with green patina signed on the Amedeo GENNARELLI base, representing "The seaweed collector" In perfect condition Dimensions: 46 x 68 cm Amedeo Gennarelli, born in 1881 in Naples, and died in 1943, is an Italian art deco sculptor . Important sculptor. A student of Francesco Jerace, in 1909, went to Paris where he met the great Sculptors and artists of the period. Bronze Medal in 1923. From 1913 to 1936, he exhibited his beautiful Marbles at the “Salon des Artistes Français. He has also produced numerous Bronzes and Terra Cotta, some of which are sold by Alfred Dunhill in Paris and in its branches in London and New York. He also produced a large number of monumental sculptures. In 1932, he was a member of the "School of Neoclassical" and founder of the group of Neoclassical Sculptors in Paris. He was one of the greatest performers in France to have developed a new figurative language.