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A Pair of Imposing Furietti Centaurs


A Pair of Imposing Furietti Centaurs

Lot-No. 300

Proceeds : 5.000 €


Italy, possibly late 19th cent. Bronze with dark patina, on veined ocre marble bases. H. 53 und 63 cm (figures), h. 8 cm (bases). - The bronzes are replicas of the famous hellenistic sculptures that have been discovered 1736 by Guiseppe Furietti near Villa Hadriana in Tivoli and are now in the collection of the Capitoline Museums in Rome. -

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A Pair of Imposing Furietti Centaurs


A Pair of Imposing Furietti Centaurs

Lot-No. 300

Proceeds : 5.000 €

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Italy, possibly late 19th cent. Bronze with dark patina, on veined ocre marble bases. H. 53 und 63 cm (figures), h. 8 cm (bases). - The bronzes are replicas of the famous hellenistic sculptures that have been discovered 1736 by Guiseppe Furietti near Villa Hadriana in Tivoli and are now in the collection of the Capitoline Museums in Rome. -

A Pair of Imposing Furietti Centaurs