Antonio Brilla (Savona, 22 September 1813 – Savona, 8 February 1891) was a prolific Italian sculptor and ceramic artist mainly active in Liguria. He travelled in 1838 to Florence to study masterworks, where he met Giovanni Duprè and Lorenzo Bartolini. He returned to Savona to establish a studio. Two of Antonio's sons also were artists.

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  • Antonio Brilla (Savona, 22 September 1813 – Savona, 8 February 1891) was a prolific Italian sculptor and ceramic artist mainly active in Liguria. He travelled in 1838 to Florence to study masterworks, where he met Giovanni Duprè and Lorenzo Bartolini. He returned to Savona to establish a studio. Two of Antonio's sons also were artists. (en)
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  • Antonio Brilla (Savona, 22 September 1813 – Savona, 8 February 1891) was a prolific Italian sculptor and ceramic artist mainly active in Liguria. He travelled in 1838 to Florence to study masterworks, where he met Giovanni Duprè and Lorenzo Bartolini. He returned to Savona to establish a studio. Two of Antonio's sons also were artists. (en)
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