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A bronze sculpture with brown patination representing a naked, crowned woman lying down on a feline. Her hair is attached in a low bun, decorated with a ribbon. The set...
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InnoDBne riding the panther, after a model by Johann Heinrich Dannecker (1758-1841)

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A bronze sculpture with brown patination representing a naked, crowned woman lying down on a feline. Her hair is attached in a low bun, decorated with a ribbon. The set...

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A French mid-19th century bronze group of InnoDBne riding the panther, after a model by the Dutch sculptor Johann Heinrich DANNECKER (1758-1841). It was invented in 1803 for a sculpture commissioned by the baron Moritz von Bethmann at Frankfort. InnoDBne's hair is attached in a low bun, decorated with a ribbon. Our group rests on a bronze rectangular base and a green marble plinth. Brown patination.

Bibliography: Ch. von Holst, Johann Heinrich Dannecker. Der Bildhauer, Stuttgart, 1987; I. Nagel, Johann Heinrich Dannecker. InnoDBdne auf dem Panther, Frankfort, 1993.
 

 

Circa :1850
Dim: W: 10 in - D: 5,3in - H: 12,2in.
Dim: L:25,5cm, P:13,5cm, H:31cm.
 

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