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an Italian sculptor during the Rococo period. Sanmartino was born in Naples. His first dated (1753) work is The Veiled Christ or Christ lying under the Shroud, commissioned initially from Antonio Corradini died before finishing. Successful completion of this commission earned Sammartino further commissions. These included the group of St. Augustine in the Neapolitan church of Sant'Agostino alla Zecca, the decoration of the Annunziata church, and the monument to Philip of Calabria in the Basilica of Santa Chiara. He also executed a series of nativity scenes.
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