Pietro Rossi

Pietro Rossi may refer to:

  • Pietro Rossi (scientist) (1738–1804), Italian scientist and entomologist
  • Pietro Rossi (sculptor) (active 1856–1882), Italian sculptor
  • Pietro Rossi (chess) (born 1924), Italian chess endgame composer

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... Bonaventura Stefanini, Benvenuto Cavalieri and Pietro Ventroni, the three of them were beheaded on the main plaza of Fabriano, convicted of a priest's attempted premeditated murder (November 15, 1851) ... Pietro Giammaiere called Casciotta, from Terni, domiciled in S ... accomplice in Commendatore Count Pellegrino Rossi's murder beheaded in Via dei Cerchi (July 22, 1854) ...
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... Paolo Rossi (born 1956), an Italian football striker Paolo Rossi (footballer born 1982), an Italian footballer Pasquale Rossi (born 1641), Italian painter Pellegrino Luigi Odoardo Rossi (1787–1848) Pietro Rossi ...
Captains Regent Of San Marino
... Captain Regent 1900 April Domenico Fattori Antonio Righi 1900 October Giovanni Bonelli Pietro Ugolini 1901 April Luigi Tonnini Marino Nicolini 1901 ... Giuliano Gozi Ruggero Morri 1927 April Gino Gozi Marino Morri 1927 October Marino Rossi Nelson Burgagni 1928 April Domenico Suzzi Valli Francesco Pasquali 1928 October Francesco. 10 Provisional Government Federico Bigi, Alvaro Casali, Pietro Giancecchi, Zaccaria Giovanni Savoretti 1957 Oct ...
Pietro Rossi (sculptor)
... Pietro Rossi was an Italian sculptor who was active between 1856 and 1882 ... Little is known about Pietro Rossi’s life other than that he participated in an exhibition in the Italian city of Novara, north of Milan, in 1856 ... Rossi’s 1882 marble bust of a veiled lady in the Gibbes Museum of Art is a prime example of the Italian nationalist art movement called Risorgimento ...

Famous quotes containing the word rossi:

    Nothing is so threatening to conventional values as a man who does not want to work or does not want to work at a challenging job, and most people are disturbed if a man in a well- paying job indicates ambivalence or dislike toward it.
    —Alice S. Rossi (b. 1922)