Tommaso Gismondi became known as the Pope's sculptor for his works commissioned by Pope Paul VI and Pope John Paul II.
Some of his most famous works are the doors of the Vatican Library and the Vatican secret archive (1985), some bronzes of St. Peter's Basilica, the chair of John Paul II and the Via Crucis.
Many of his masterpieces, also in marble or on canvas, are preserved in museums and collections around the world (France, England, United States, Latin America, Spain).
Period: 20th century
Height 23 cm
Width 50 cm
Depth 28 cm