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Tomato - 1976 - Woodcarving by Calegari Celso. Courtesy of Maria Abati.  Padre Pio - 1978 - Woodcarving by Calegari Celso. Courtesy of Maria Abati.
 Plowing - 1985 - Woodcarving by Calegari Celso. Courtesy of Maria Abati.

Left image: Tomato - 1976 - Woodcarving by Calegari Celso. Courtesy of Maria Abati.
Centre image: Padre Pio - 1978 - Woodcarving by Calegari Celso. Courtesy of Maria Abati.
Right image: Plowing - 1985 - Woodcarving by Calegari Celso. Courtesy of Maria Abati.
 
Calegari Celso, son of Glicerio Celso, was born in 1922, in Coenzo di Sorbolo (in the province of Parma), Italy. He was a woodworker like his father. Celso worked with his father until 1958. He started to do some woodcarvings. Calegari, who was self-taught, improved his skills through time. He presented his work in various exhibits, and he received recognition from several juries. Later, he continued to work with more passion. In the beginning he did not sign his name on his artwork, so he used a nickname: Caceco. Calegari Celso is a cousin of Maria Abati of Windsor.
 
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