Large terracotta bust, of a noble in armour decorated with floral motifs at the level of the breastplate and adorned with a wig called Bavarian. Of beautiful stature, this sculpture is characteristic of the bust representations of the nobility under Louis XIV. The artist's gaze bearing, his head held high, yet he did not neglect the realism of the figure with its severe features. The whole is based on a wooden pedestal dating from the 17th century reported
The model of this sculpture could be Charles-Henri de Lorraine, Count and then Prince of Vaudémont and Commercy (1649-1723)
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