Renaissance figurative inks - Venice or Padua, around 1600




Christian Eduard Franke-Landwers Christoph Freiherr von Seckendorff


Venice or Padua, around 1600

Bronze with dark brown age patina. The spherical

The vessel is carried by three fully plastic ones,

winged and dolphin riding

Harpyen. A naked, on the lid standing

Amor holds a basket over his head, which is called a

holder for the writing instrument.

The production of small bronze sculptures

is technically sophisticated and the Renaissance

in Venice and Padua.

Works of art have a special status

within Italian sculpture. The

Small bronzes had no representational purpose

as the great bronze statues.

or public works contracts, and

could freely choose between antique or mythological

Dedicate topics.

Height 20.5 cm.



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