Enzo Plazzotta (May 29, 1921 – October 12, 1981) was born in Mestre, near Venice and spent his working life in London, England. He specialized in ballet dancers and female nudes. Enzo’s sculptures are found in several public and private collections worldwide including:
Homage to Leonardo, in The Vatican, Rome as well as in Belgrave Square, London.
Crucifixion with Thieves, in College Garden in Westminster Abbey
Camargue Horses stands on the Waterside Terrace at the Barbican Centre, London
Memorial for the Battle of Lewes in Priory grounds, Lewes, Sussex, England Jeté, 1975, Westminster, London
The Helmet,(1964) in the grounds of Lewes Priory; commissioned by Sir Tufton Beamish
Two Brothers - Boys Town, Nebraska.
Young Dancer, bronze and sits opposite the Royal Opera House in London
Boystown Monument in Omaha, Nesbraska; Catholic University, Washington DC and Standford University, California
Plazzotta has been exhibited internationally and represented by many of the best known galleries worldwide.
For more information on Enzo Plazzotta as the sculptor and public displays, please visit: www.plazzotta.co.uk
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