Sculpture of a praying boy made by Luigi Pampaloni (Florence, 1791–1847), an Italian sculptor, active in a Neoclassical style.He studied under Lorenzo Bartolini. In 1826, he completed with the collaboration of Ottavio Giovannozzi the design of the Fountain of the Naiads in Empoli. In 1834, he completed a bust of Maria Antonietta of Bourbon, sister of Ferdinand II of Naples, and second wife of Leopold II the Granduke of Tuscany. He sculpted a statue of her husband, Leopold II, for a piazza in San Miniato. He also sculpted statues of Brunelleschi and Arnolfo di Cambio for the Duomo of Florence, and a Leonardo da Vinci statue for the Uffizi Gallery.
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