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Marble Bust "Woman With Turban" by Guglielmo Pugi (Italian, 1850-1915)

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19th century Italian marble and alabaster bust signed Guglielmo Pugi, depicting the orientalist portrait of a woman wearing a turban.

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Late 19th century bust crafted in white marble and alabaster by Guglielmo Pugi (circa 1850-1915), Italian sculptor active in Florence between 1870 and 1915. The portrait captures the noble visage of a woman wearing a turban. The turban and dress are finely decorated with embroidery. Signed in the back: "Pugi". This marble statuette shows the taste of the time for polychrome sculpture and orientalism, still important at the turn of the century in Europe.

Circa :1880
Dim: W: 16,9 in - D: 9,3in - H: 15,7in.
Dim: L:43cm, P:23,5cm, H:40cm.

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In overall very good condition, with three restored chips and very minor natural holes at the base.

Guglielmo Pugi (Fiesole, 1850-1915) was an Italian sculptor who lived in Florence from 1870 to 1915. He created a bust of the Italian king Umberto that is standing in the main square of Fiesole, the city of his birthplace. Several of his sculptures are conserved at the historical Museum of Alabaster in Volterra, Italy.

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