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"Soldier Bending His Bow" After Jacques Bousseau

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Bronze statuette after the "Soldier Bending His Bow" also called "Ulysses Bending His Bow" by Jacques Bousseau.

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Large patinated bronze statuette with brown patina after the "Soldier Bending His Bow", also called "Ulysses Bending His Bow" or "Soldier Martyrisant Saint Sebastian" realized in 1715 by Jacques BOUSSEAU (1681-1740), sculptor of the kings of France and Spain. The sculpture depicts a nude man bending a bow against his knee. The original marble is housed in the Louvre Museum in Paris. 19th century original cast.

Circa :1830
Dim: W: 18,1 in - D: 13,8in - H: 35,8in.
Dim: L:46cm, P:35cm, H:91cm.

Condition Report

In overall good condition, with very small scratches and light wear consistent with age and use.


Base Joconde, "Soldat bandant un arc, dit aussi, Ulysse tendant l'arc dont Pénélope doit être le prix, ou Soldat martyrisant saint Sébastien".


Small Bronzes in France in the 19th Century

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