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bronze sculpture with patina medal representing Diana the hunter after Jean-Antoine Houdon (1741- 1828). In Roman mythology, Diana is the goddess of the hunt and of the night, likened to Artemis in Greek mythology. She is depicted wearing a tunic with a crescent moon on her head. Our bronze bears the signature of Houdon on the base "HOUDON sculp."

Jean-Antoine Houdon, who was passionate about the art of casting, made two large bronzes of Diana himself at the ateliers du Roule in Paris, one in 1782 (San Marino, California), the other in 1790 (Paris, Musée du Louvre).

Late 19th century

Circa: 1890

Condition report: In good general condition.

Dimension of the base in Marble: W:12cm; D:12cm; H:19cm

Era: 19th century
Style: Ancient Greece and Rome
Materials: Bronze, Marble
Identifier Exists False
LP : 3201
Width: 32 (cm)
Height 67 (cm)
Depth 19 (cm)
Delivery: Calculated at time of payment

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