Renaissance, Baroque, Neo-classical Europe - 1500 A.D. - 1800 A.D.

   Pair of young women in marble, circa 1800

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   Lovely small marble figures representing young girls in Louis XVI style - to be compared with the work of Falconet, Broche or Tassaert. (See Flora by Tassaert in the Louvre)

   The first is a maenad, follower of Bacchus, surrounded by her attributes: tambourine, thyrsus, grapes. It is most probably the Fall.

   The second young woman holds roses and a sheaf of wheat. On her knees is a pruning knife. It represents perhaps the Summer.

   Some lacks. The head of the summer is reattached.

   Period: 1790-1820
   Origin: France
   Source: art market, France
   Accidents and lacks. Head glued
   Height : 16.50 cm and 17 cm (with base: 25 cm)


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