The Sculpture section provides the perfect conclusion to a remarkable journey through the Italian Nocecento.

The three works by Wildt demonstrate how sculpture and decorative art are inextricably linked together in a bond strengthened by the museum setting. These are exquisitely complemented by a pair of masterpieces by Arturo Martini. The aloof yet sensual bronze entitled  La Pisana [The Pisan Woman] invites comment from Wildt’s Parsifal, while the outstanding Bevitore [The Drinker] in terracotta, silent, discreet but monumental, stands at the end of the Foundation’s second room, the grand finale in exaltation of artistic beauty and the refined taste of Chiara and Francesco Carraro.