Gallerie Nuovi

  • Mother and Child

    Mother and Child

    The Pedevilla family memorial, sculpted by Gaetano Olivari in 1913.
  • Ballestrero memorial

    Ballestrero memorial

    The 1931 Ballestrero crypt, sculpted by Gaetano Olivari (1870-1948) is in the Porticato Montino gallery at Staglieno Cemetery in Genoa, Italy. Olivari was a leading sculptor of the Liberty style, the Italian version of Art Nouveau. Visitors, probably family members, often visit and bring new flower arrangements.
  • Art deco sculpture

    Art deco sculpture

    A late Art Deco marble statue, bridging the style towards Art Nouveau, in the Porticati Nuovi (the newer galleries) at Staglieno Cemetery, Genoa, Italy.
  • De Langlade Art Deco memorial

    De Langlade Art Deco memorial

    The De Langlade family tomb in the Porticato Montino at Staglieno Cemetery, Genoa, Italy. Pessina-Scala Sculptors. This Art Deco work dates from about 1930.
  • Woman in sorrow

    Woman in sorrow

    The Ribaudo tomb by Onorato Toso
  • Liberty Style Symbolist sculpture

    Liberty Style Symbolist sculpture

    The Italian version of Art Nouveau is called the Liberty Style
  •  "Through the Dark Forest"

    "Through the Dark Forest"

    “Through the Dark Forest”, a quote from Dante, inspired this magnificent symbolist sculpture, created by Federico Bringiotti for the Gandolfo family
  • Giovanni Podesta tomb, 1892

    Giovanni Podesta tomb, 1892

    A classically influenced memorial sculpted by Domenico Carli
  • Dramatic symbolist sculpture

    Dramatic symbolist sculpture

    Symbolist art was a reaction to the earlier classical and naturalist styles. It emphasized the poetic, romantic and spiritual.
  • Cherub


    An early Art Nouveau style cherub from the Gallia Family tomb.

Once the original Galleries were filled, the new galleries of Montino and S. Antonino were added. These house more modern sculptures, many from the Art Nouveau and Art Deco periods.

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