Martini Arturo (Italy 1889–1947), Ritratto di Giorgio Valenzin, bronze, 1941. Between the wars, Arturo became the semi-official sculptor of the fascist regime. But after the fall of Mussolini, Arturo felt his work had been debased and published an essay against sculpture in the magazine La Martini in 1945: "scultura, lingua morta" (sculpture, a dead language). Valenzin (Italy 1901-1978) was an artist. Collection Galleria d'Arte Moderna a Ca' Pesaro, Venice.