This burnished bronze bust on a base made of Siena marble represents the philosopher Seneca.
The bust is in perfect condition with a beautiful green-brown patina. Creation time around 1860.
The Swiss archaeologist Karl Weber discovered this depiction around 1750 during his excavations in the Villa dei Papiri near Herculaneum in the Gulf of Naples.
During these excavations, many busts from the Hellenic period were discovered. In the second half of the 19th century, Prof. Chiurazzi founded a foundry for bronze sculptures.
He had permission from the National Museum of Naples to make high-quality casts of these finds.
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