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Adio diBiccari, at 94; sculptor shaped unmolded clay into masterpieces

Adio diBiccari worked on his Athena statue as his assistant Bob Shure held the ladder. Adio diBiccari worked on his Athena statue as his assistant Bob Shure held the ladder. (Ted Dully/ Globe Staff/ File 1980)
By Bryan Marquard
Globe Staff / January 12, 2009

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Keys slipped from the hand of Adio diBiccari and clinked on the table next to the door as he stepped inside his studio on Tavern Road, a block or so away from the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. The sound let his young assistant know he had arrived, and the sight of the master sculptor as he shaped unmolded ... (Full article: 1089 words)

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