Corrado Tommasi Crudeli's original bust can be seen in "Vittorio Del Vecchio" Library, Sala Storica at Dipartimento di Sanità Pubblica e Malattie Infettive (from 1935 to 2001 named Istituto di Igiene G. Sanarelli) in La Sapienza University of Rome (Piazzale Aldo Moro 5). The bust was carved in 1900, out of white marble by an unknown Roman sculptor, perhaps having as reference a death mask, and was inaugurated on November 21st of the same year1. It was originally placed in the "Istituto di Igiene Sperimentale" until 1935. Then it was moved to its present location.
Unknown Roman sculptor, Busto di Corrado Tommasi Crudeli, marble, 1900
- Main text by Luigi Enrico Di Nunzio and Matteo Fiorenti. Photos courtesy of Dr. Rosella Del Vecchio, Director of "Vittorio Del Vecchio" Library, Dipartimento di Sanità Pubblica e Malattie Infettive, La Sapienza University, Rome (January 2017)
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