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Large bronze statue with brown patina after the "Soldier bandaging a bow"Also known as "Ulysses bending the bow of which Penelope must be the prize", or "Soldier martyring Saint Sebastian" made in 1715 by Jacques BOUSSEAU (1681-1740), sculptor to the kings of France and Spain. The original in marble is kept in the Louvre museum. Antique cast of the 19th century.

Circa: 1830

Dim: W:46cm, D:35cm, H:91cm


Condition report: in good general condition, with micro-scratches and light wear.

Era: 19th century
Style: Ancient Greece and Rome
Materials: Bronze
Identifier Exists False
LP : 2694
Availability : Object available
Width: 46 (cm)
Height 91 (cm)
Depth 35 (cm)
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