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Pieta,  attributed to Jacob Cornelis Cobaert after a Della Porta's model.
Pieta,  attributed to Jacob Cornelis Cobaert after a Della Porta's model. - Sculpture Style Renaissance
Ref : 85411
4 700 €
Period :
<= 16th century
Provenance :
Italy.
Medium :
Bronze.
Dimensions :
l. 5.59 inch X H. 7.56 inch
Sculpture  - Pieta,  attributed to Jacob Cornelis Cobaert after a Della Porta&#039;s model.
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Pieta, attributed to Jacob Cornelis Cobaert after a Della Porta's model.

A gilt bronze relief of the Pieta, attributed to Jacob Cornelis Cobaert after a design by Guglielmo della Porta, Rome, ca. 1569.

A plaquette of the Virgin with the dead Christ. The Virgin sits with her head inclined to the left and supports a naked figure of Christ. His head is bent down over her knee and his right arm stretched out.

There is a similar example attributed to Cobaert at the National Gallery of Art in Washington D. C, the best example of this production.

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Bronze Sculpture Renaissance