Buemi, Salvatore

SCULPTOR (ITALY)
BORN 18 Dec 1867, Novara di Sicilia - DIED 16 Dec 1916, Roma, Lazio
GRAVE LOCATION Roma, Lazio: Cimitero Monumentale del Verano, Piazzale del Verano, 1

Salvator Buemi was the son of a shoemaker. His first known work is a medaillon called "Angelo" (1885). When he was twenty he moved to Rome to study. From 1890 onwards he took part in many exhibitions. He specialised in bronze sculptures of famous persons and war heroes.

His monument for the Masotto Battery that fell in the Battle of Adwa in Ethiopia in 1896 is in Messina. He also created the bust of Giacomo Natoli for the cemetery in Messian in 1896. His sculpture "Rebe; Angel" can be found in Havana, Cuba. In 1910 his monument for Giordano Bruno was inaugurated in Narni.

Buemi suffered from a disease that was incurable at the time and he died in 1916 in Rome.

Sources
https://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Salvatore_Buemi
NovaraCult: Salvatore Buemi, scultore Novarese (1867-1916)

Images

The grave of Salvatore Buemi at the Cimitero Monumentale al Verano, Rome.
Picture by Androom (04 Mar 2015)

 

The grave of Salvatore Buemi at the Cimitero Monumentale al Verano, Rome.
Picture by Androom (04 Mar 2015)

 


Bülow, Daniela von

Published: 2 Apr 2017
Last update: 2 Apr 2017