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Bust of a Victory crowned with laurel, 19th century

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Bust statue of the allegory of Victory in white marble. Crowned with laurel, she smiles at us. This figure dates from the 19th century.

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White marble bust representing a woman with a bare chest. The young woman looks to the right and smiles at us. Her hair is braided on her head and in a bun. The rest of her hair falls on her shoulder. This figure represents the allegory of Victory as she wears a laurel wreath decorated with a reed on the right side.

 

These female figures come to bring victory to the winners of wars or games ancient Greece. In the 19th century, the allegory of Victory became more popular after the discovery of the Victory of Samothrace in 1863, which was exhibited in the Louvre around 1880.

Circa :1880
Dim: W: 14,6 in - D: 7,9in - H: 18,5in.
Dim: L:37cm, P:20cm, H:47cm.

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Natural crack at the hairline and natural chips in the marble on her torse.

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