A Marble Bust Of A Member Of The Caetani Family Possibly Michelangelo (1804 - 1882)
A Marble Bust Of A Member Of The Caetani Family Possibly Michelangelo (1804 - 1882)
A Marble Bust Of A Member Of The Caetani Family Possibly Michelangelo (1804 - 1882)
A Marble Bust Of A Member Of The Caetani Family Possibly Michelangelo (1804 - 1882)
A Marble Bust Of A Member Of The Caetani Family Possibly Michelangelo (1804 - 1882)
A Marble Bust Of A Member Of The Caetani Family Possibly Michelangelo (1804 - 1882)
A Marble Bust Of A Member Of The Caetani Family Possibly Michelangelo (1804 - 1882)
A Marble Bust Of A Member Of The Caetani Family Possibly Michelangelo (1804 - 1882)
A Marble Bust Of A Member Of The Caetani Family Possibly Michelangelo (1804 - 1882)
A Marble Bust Of A Member Of The Caetani Family Possibly Michelangelo (1804 - 1882)
A Marble Bust Of A Member Of The Caetani Family Possibly Michelangelo (1804 - 1882)

ENEA BECHERONI (1819-1855)

A Marble Bust Of A Member Of The Caetani Family Possibly Michelangelo (1804 - 1882)

c. 1849 Italy

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The bust is signed to the reverse 'E. Becheroni. F. 1849.' & is sat upon its original socle.

Possibly a representation of Michelangelo Caetani (Rome, 20 March 1804 - Rome, 12 December 1882)
https://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michelangelo_Caetani
Enea Becheroni (Siena, 1819 – Livorno, 9th June 1855)

In Siena he made ​​some busts for the Hall of the Risorgimento of the Public Palace, now housed in the Museum and in 1848 he worked on the restoration of the Chapel Square.
There he was also commissioned working on two commissions in the memory of the engineer Giuseppe Pianigiani, he made a bust to be placed in the Hall of the Consistory of the Public Palace and a monument for the church of San Domenico, begun by Becheroni just before he died concluded by Tito Sarrocchi, comprising a base with three bas-reliefs of allegorical of physics, on which there is the full-length statue of Pianigiani.

He Died at a very young age, his tombstone was performed by the same Sarrocchi.
Dimensions
Height 65.00 cm (25.59 inches)
Width 51.00 cm (20.08 inches)
Depth 30.00 cm (11.81 inches)
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