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Franco Assetto was born on 1911 in United States, is a sculptor. Discover Franco Assetto’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 80 years old?

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Age 80 years old
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Born 1911
Birthday 1911
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Date of death d. 1991 in Turin
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Nationality United States

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Franco Assetto Net Worth

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Net Worth in 2023 $1 Million – $5 Million
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For some 20 years he had been married to the prominent U.S. West Coast music patron Betty Freeman. The couple began hosting musicales in their art-filled Beverly Hills home. According to critic Alan Rich the salons became “the Los Angeles Sunday afternoon hot ticket”, featuring such big names such as Philip Glass, Elliott Carter, John Cage and Pierre Boulez, as well as younger artists just beginning their careers. The programs always ended with a pasta feast cooked by Assetto. Freeman ended the programs after he died in 1991. In 1978 composer Lou Harrison once wrote a tribute for the two called “Serenade for Betty Freeman and Franco Assetto”.


In 1987, he created a statue placed in Raoul Wallenberg Square at Beverly Boulevard in Los Angeles. The work of art named “Angel of Rescue” is an 18-foot sculpture of Raoul Wallenberg, a Swedish hero of the Holocaust. It depicts a bronze silhouette of Wallenberg flanked by two polished stainless steel “wings.” Assetto donated his services and the Jewish Community Foundation/Raoul Wallenberg Memorial Fund provided the funds to build it. Other public art projects include the Via Crucis in St. Basil Catholic Church, Los Angeles, and The Big Candy in MacArthur Park, Los Angeles.


Franco Assetto’s works are owned by the MoMa in New York. On the occasion of his exhibition “The Bread Show” at the Galleria della Bussola in Turin (1952), he presented a number of bread loaves cast in bronze, eight years before Jasper Johns thought of casting beer cans.


Franco Assetto (born 1911 in Turin – d. 1991 in Turin) was an Italian sculptor and painter who lived in the United States for much of his life.