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Giuseppe Cassioli (22 October 1865 – 5 October 1942)〔(Winner Medals ), Olympic Games Museum. Accessed 27 July 2011.〕 was an Italian painter and sculptor most famous for his Summer Olympic Games medal design.
Cassioli was born in Florence, Italy to Amos Cassioli, who himself was a well-known painter and went on to mentor his son. Tito Sarrocchi taught Cassioli techniques in sculpting. In 1885 he exhibited at the Academy of Fine Arts in Siena with a painting inspired by Victor Hugo's ''Toilers of the Sea''.
He worked in the memorial hall of the Palazzo Pubblico in Siena. In 1900 he created the monument to composer Gioachino Rossini in the Basilica of Santa Croce,〔(Winner's medal for the 1948 Olympic Games in London ), Olympic.org. Accessed 5 August 2011.〕 which was followed by sculpted decorations for the stock exchange in Odessa, and statues and carvings for Arezzo Cathedral. He also produced several paintings for the Church of the Seven Holy Founders in Florence.
Cassioli sculpted the right-hand bronze door for Florence Cathedral〔 which brought about years of criticism and harassment to the point where he created a self-portrait depicting himself being suffocated by a snake.
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