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Girolamo Campagna, 1549 – 1625, nach

Girolamo Campagna,
1549 – 1625, nach

Bronzeguss, dunkel patiniert.
Gesamthöhe: 55 bzw. 55,5 cm.
Höhe ohne Sockel: 51 bzw. 49,5 cm.
Auf gekehltem schwarzem Marmorsockel.

Catalogue price€ 10.000 - 12.000 Catalogue price € 10.000 - 12.000  $ 12,000 - 14,400
£ 9,000 - 10,800
元 77,100 - 92,520
₽ 902,900 - 1,083,480


Jeweils in Bronze gegossen und als Gegenstücke gearbeitet, die nach Girolamo Campagna gestalteten Venus mit dem Amorknaben und Adonis mit seinem Hund oder Meleaga und Atalanta. Venus hier einen fragmentarisch vorhandenen Pfeil haltend. Ein ähnliches Paar Skulpturen ebenfalls als nach Girolamo Campagna befindet sich im Museo Nazionale del Palazzo di Venezia, Inv.Nr. PV 09316-17.

Vgl. L. Pollak, Raccolta Alfredo Barsanti (Trecento-Settecento), Sammlungskatalog, Bergamo 1922, Nr. 89-90, S. 128-129.
Vgl. A. Santangelo, Museo di Palazzo Venezia. Catalogo delle sculture, Rom, 1954, S. 45.
Vgl. C. Avery, Giambologna: an exhibition of sculpture by the master and his followers, from the collection of Michael Hall, New York, 1998, Nr. 114, S. 186-187. (1261926) (3) (13)

Girolamo Campagna
1549 - 1625, after
Bronze casting with dark patina.
Total height: 55 and 55.5 cm.
Height excl. base: 51 and 49.5 cm.
On moulded black marble base.

A similar pair of sculptures also listed as after Girolamo Campagna is held at the Museo Nazionale del Palazzo di Venezia, inv. no. PV 09316-17.

Compare L. Pollak, Raccolta Alfredo Barsanti. Bronzi Italiani (Trecento-Settecento), collection catalogue, Bergamo 1922, nos. 89-90, pp. 128-129.
Compare A. Santangelo, Catalogo delle sculture: Museo di Palazzo Venezia, Rome, 1954, p. 45.
Compare C. Avery, Giambologna: an Exhibition of Sculpture by the Master and his Followers, from the Collection of Michael Hall, New York, 1998, no. 114, pp. 186-187.

This object has been individually compared to the information in the Art Loss Register data bank and is not registered there as stolen or missing.



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