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Two 18th-century mythological sculptures in bronze with brown patina. One depicts Pan, god protector of shepherds, in contraposto on an antique-style tree trunk, while the other shows a vestal draped in a stola and a palla, decorated with an embroidered frieze on the lower part. The two figures each rest on a circular counter-base in white Carrara marble enhanced by a gilded pearl-thread frieze. The Pan figure holds a gilded flower stem with the bud still closed. The vestal is holding an ewer, from which a stem with a blossoming flower is sprouting. A circular base in Turquin blue marble, adorned with a rais de coeur motif much appreciated under Louis XVI, raises each of the two statuettes.

The Louis XVI style is distinguished here by its taste for Greco-Roman antiquity and its mythological themes imbued with the moral values dear to the kingdom. It preceded the Directoire style, which paid particular tribute to Ancient Egypt.

Base dimensions: 9 cm x 9 cm (3.54 in x 3.54 in)

Circa: 1770

Dim: L: 9cm, P: 9cm, H: 34cm.
Dim: W: 3,5in, D: 3,5in, H: 13,4in.

Condition report: In very good condition.

Period: 18th century
Style: Louis XVI
Materials : Bronze, gilt bronze, marble
Identifier Exists False
LP : 3254
Width : 9 (cm)
Height 34 (cm)
Depth 9 (cm)
Delivery : Free delivery

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