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Sculpture in white marble, Diane aux bains, after Falconet
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Sculpture in white marble, "Diane aux bains", after Falconet

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Marble sculpture representing Diane getting out of her bath, after a famous sculpture of Etinne-Maurice Falconet.

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Imposing sculpture in white marble dating from the end of the 19th - beginning of the 20th century, after Etienne Maurice Falconet (1716-1791). Diana coming out of the bath, standing on the trunk of a tree, a sheet partially covering her.


Etienne-Maurice Falconet is a famous French sculptor considered to be one of the masters of the baroque school. He was one of the most prominent sculptors of his time, notably thanks to the sculptures he presented at the Salons of 1755 and 1757. "L'Amour Menaçant", commissioned by Madame de Pompadour, was one of his greatest achievements.

Circa :1890
Dim: W: 10,6 in - D: 10,6in - H: 33,1in.
Dim: L:27cm, P:27cm, H:84cm.

Condition Report
Two cracks on the trunk and one on the right arm that have been restored. At the level of the face, two tiny spots with some chips at the base.


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