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Giannino Castiglioni

Giannino Castiglioni
Born4 August 1884
Milan, Italy
Died27 August 1971 (aged 87)
Lierna, Italy
Other namesGio Castiglioni

Giannino "Gio" Castiglioni (4 August 1884 – 27 August 1971) was an Italian architect, urbanist, painter and sculptor. His style was representational. Castiglioni was born in Milan and studied at the Accademia di Brera. He finished his studies there in 1906. From the early 1900s he primarily lived and worked in Lierna, a town on Lake Como. In 1951, he designed the master plan, the square, and several individual buildings in Lierna.[1][2]


In his early career, Castiglione worked mainly as a painter. His later works were sculptures.


  1. Panizza, Franca (2001). "Giannino Castiglioni: Scultore, medaglista e pittore" . Proloco Lierna (in Italian)
  2. Chiara Gatti (8 March 2013). "Castiglioni senior, il maestro della scultura Monumentale" , La Repubblica (in Italian)

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Categories: 1884 births | 1971 deaths | Italian architects | Italian painters | Italian sculptors | People from Milan

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