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A Renaissance bronze sculpture 'Venus'

Ferdinando Tacca (Florenz 1619 - Florenz 1686), Circle


A Renaissance bronze sculpture 'Venus'

Lot-No. 334

Proceeds : 1.900,00 €


Italy/Flanders, 17th cent. Firegilt bronze, h. 26,5 cm, on a wooden base (h. 5 cm). Left arm lost. - Shown here is probably Venus with a shell shaped diadem, the long hair falls softly on her shoulder. With her right hand she is gathering her robe punched with fine flower tendrils. - Stilistically the sculpture is very similar to tree bronzes of the Hatvani Collection (Cat. Christie's, Juni 1980, no. 24-26), attributed to Ferdinando Tacca and his workshop. - Provenance: Private Collection Lower Saxony.

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Ferdinando Tacca: A Renaissance bronze sculpture 'Venus'


Ferdinando Tacca (Florenz 1619 - Florenz 1686), Circle

A Renaissance bronze sculpture 'Venus'

Lot-No. 334

Proceeds : 1.900,00 €

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Italy/Flanders, 17th cent. Firegilt bronze, h. 26,5 cm, on a wooden base (h. 5 cm). Left arm lost. - Shown here is probably Venus with a shell shaped diadem, the long hair falls softly on her shoulder. With her right hand she is gathering her robe punched with fine flower tendrils. - Stilistically the sculpture is very similar to tree bronzes of the Hatvani Collection (Cat. Christie's, Juni 1980, no. 24-26), attributed to Ferdinando Tacca and his workshop. - Provenance: Private Collection Lower Saxony.

A Renaissance bronze sculpture 'Venus'