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Marble Sculpture of a Nymph, 19th Century
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Ref : 112814
19 500 €
Period :
19th century
Medium :
Marble sculpture, patinated wooden plinth with surrounding gold-patinated friezes
Dimensions :
l. 8.66 inch X H. 13.78 inch X P. 4.92 inch
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Marble Sculpture of a Nymph, 19th Century

Marble sculpture, probably depicting an undressed nymph with curly hair and bracelets around her upper arms. She is leaning against a pillar and disturbing the surface of the water in the tazza with a staff. The effect of the ripples on the surface of the water has been wonderfully captured. The sculpture stands on a patinated wooden plinth with surrounding gold-patinated friezes.

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