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      Luciano Minguzzi (Bologna, May 24, 1911 - Milan, May 30, 2004) was an Italian sculptor and medalist.

      He made his first experiences under the wise guidance of his father, also a sculptor, continuing his studies at the Academy of Fine Arts in Bologna following the engraving courses held by Giorgio Morandi, those of sculpture under the guidance of Ercole Drei, attending at lectures by Roberto Longhi.

      Thanks to a scholarship, he stayed in Paris and London, starting to exhibit in 1933 and already at the Roman Quadrennial of 1943 he obtained his first prize, which was followed by others including the Angelicum of 1946 and the first place ex aequo at the Biennale del 1950.

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