This Bronze Sculpture is a contemporary sculpture realized by Elio Roccamonte in 1976. Original Title: Scultura n.7. Signed and dated by the artist. Sculpture realized in hand-rasped lost wax cast bronze, mounted on a plexiglass base. Exhibition: Roccamonte, Galleria Editalia, Rome 1978. Published in: Sculture di Roccamonte, by G. Carandente, Edition All'Insegna del pesce d'oro, Rome 1978. The sculpture is preserved in very good conditions, no signs of corrosion on the bronze material. Giorgio Amelio Roccamonte, alias Elio Roccamonte (Buenos Aires, 1927 - Rome, 1980) was an Italian sculptor who attended, in Argentina, the study of the sculptress Maria Cristina Molina Salas, where he met Lucio Fontana, later becoming his pupil. The artist is especially known for its robot sculptures and letter-shaped sculptures. His famous ''sculpture kiosk'' is still visible in Parco Sempione, Milan, together with seven other architectural works and public art installations all provided by the Milan Triennale.