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Thursday, 2 April 2020

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Römische Marmorfigur der Göttin Flora
Detailabbildung: Römische Marmorfigur der Göttin Flora
Detailabbildung: Römische Marmorfigur der Göttin Flora
Detailabbildung: Römische Marmorfigur der Göttin Flora
Detailabbildung: Römische Marmorfigur der Göttin Flora

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Römische Marmorfigur der Göttin Flora

Höhe: 85 cm.
Gesamthöhe mit Sockel: 96 cm.
Datierung ins 1. bis 2. Jahrhundert n. Chr. laut beigegebenen Dokumenten.

Catalogue price€ 60.000 - 80.000 Catalogue price € 60.000 - 80.000  $ 65,400 - 87,200
£ 52,800 - 70,400
元 466,200 - 621,600
₽ 5,086,800 - 6,782,400

 

Standfigur, rundplastisch gemeißelt. Die Figur der Göttin in langem Peplos, mit feiner paralleler senkrechter Faltenbildung unterhalb des Umhangs, der an der Vorderseite zwei große Schüsselfalten ausbildet und über den linken Arm zieht. Beide Unterarme sowie Kopf fehlen. Der Typus als „Flora“ belegt durch Vergleichsbeispiele der Hadrian Villa, Palazzo Nuovo, Kapitolinisches Museen Rom. Insgesamt feine bildhauerische Ausführung mit gut erhaltenen Details, wie etwa die Knöpfung des Mantels an der rechten Schulter oder das zum Rücken herabziehende Doppelband am Halsansatz. Modern gesockelt.

Provenienz:
Sammlung Bernard Poindessault, Paris 1970.

Literatur:
Flora, the goddess of flowers and the season of spring, Roman artwork from the Imperial period with some modern alterations, from Hadrian’s Villa, Palazzo Nuovo, Capitoline Museums, Dokument beigegeben. (1220983) (11)


Roman marble figure of the goddess Flora

Height: 85 cm.
Total height incl. base: 96 cm.
According to the enclosed report dating to 1st - 2nd century AD.

Three-dimensionally carved standing figure dressed in long peplos. With modern base.

Provenance:
Bernard Poindessault collection, Paris, 1970.

Literature:
Flora, the goddess of flowers and the season of spring, Roman artwork from the Imperial period with some modern alterations, from Hadrian’s Villa, Palazzo Nuovo, Capitoline Museums (document enclosed).

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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