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The workshop of Benedetto Boschetti (1820-1870) was renowned for the exceptional quality of its marble work 'after the antique'. From his premises at 74 via Condotti in Rome, Boschetti supplied extremely high quality works of art to satisfy the academic and sophisticated tastes of young Englishmen on the Grand Tour.


His work was widely praised and he was awarded a medal at the Great Exhibition of 1851 in London. The most celebrated examples of his work today are a mosaic table depicting the Triumph of Cupid in the Gilbert Collection, London, and the fine reductions of the Warwick Vase, in rosso antico now in the Toledo Museum, Ohio.




Makers Bibliography:


Gonzalez-Palacios, Alvar, Il tiempo del gusto, Longanesi (Milan), 1986.


Meyer, Jonathan, Great Exhibitions: London, New York, Paris, Philadelphia, 1851-1900, Antique Collector's Club (Woodbridge, UK), 2006, p.41

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BENEDETTO BOSCHETTI (1820-1870)
A bronze statue of Antinous holding a sceptre by Boschetti, 19th century
A bronze statue of a Roman classical figure holding a later sceptre by Boschetti, 19th century on a marble pedestal impressed BOSCHETTI / ROMA. ...
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BENEDETTO BOSCHETTI (1820-1870)
An Exceptional 'Grand Tour' Carved Marmo Rosso Two Handled Model of the Warwick ...
An Exceptional Monumental Neoclassical Style Marmo Rosso Urn By Benedetto Boschetti after the 'Warwick Model'. This incredible and technically c...
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BENEDETTO BOSCHETTI (1820-1870)
Bronze of Augustus Roman Emperor by Boschetti
A fine large-scale bronze casting of Emperor Augustus, Signed Boschetti.
£9500
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