Hanna Adamus


She was born in Nysa, Poland, on December 29, 1957 in a family of marble workers that has reached its third generation. As a matter of fact, both her father and her grandfather were renowned marble workers. In 1992 he moved to Italy and began working with master craftsmen such as Vito Zazza, Adriano Frioli, Sergio Spositi and Francesco Russo, known as Franco Er Marmista.

Her works include epigraphs at the Teutonic Cemetery in the Vatican City, works inside the Pontifical North American College in Rome, the restoration of the Serlupi-Crescenzi tombstone at the Church of the Gesù in Rome, restoration works on epigraphs in the basilica San Giovanni dei Fiorentini in the Roman district of Trastevere, and countless other epigraphs carried out in many cemeteries and churches in Rome and in the rest of Italy.