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Bronze group representing Ariadne riding a panther after a work by Johann Heinrich Dannecker. It represents a naked young woman wearing a bun and a crown of vine leaves, as she is the wife of the god of wine Dionysus. She is represented in a calm attitude, in order to show "the taming of wildness by beauty". Her slender and elongated body is typical of neoclassicism. The figures rest on a rectangular bronze base. Our print is a mid 19th century realization.

Johann Heinrich Dannecker (1758-1841) was a German artist who worked in Stuttgart for the Duke of Wuttemberg. He was very inspired by Antiquity. He drew the picture of Ariadne riding a panther in 1803 and completed it in Marblein 1814. It is now in the Liebieghaus museum in Frankfurt.

Circa: 1850

Dim: W:32cm, D:14cm, H:39cm

Condition report in good condition.

Era: 19th century
Style: Neoclassical
Materials: Bronze
Identifier Exists False
LP : 3097
Availability : Object available
Width: 32 (cm)
Height 39 (cm)
Depth 14 (cm)
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