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The naked taunt figure standing in a firmly balanced attitude ‘contraposto’ on an integrally cast flat oval base-plate. His left shoulder advanced and the right drawn back, his lyre resting on his right thigh, decorated with a cherub’s head, a ram lies behind his left foot. The whole mounted on a turned ebony base, the chiselled surface with a rich dark brown smooth patina
17th Century, circa 1600 – 1620
Size: 35.5cm high – 14 ins high
cf: Planiscig ‘Venezianische Bildhauer der Renaissance’, Vienna 1921, pp 540-542 plt 589