Headless torso representing a young naked...

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Headless torso representing a young naked...

Headless torso representing a young naked faun carrying an animal corpse behind his left arm. A tail can be seen in the lower back.


Beige marble with large crystals, beige coloration in depth (chips and gaps visible)


Roman art, 2nd century


Height : 20.5 cm


*Judicial lot sold by order, no reserve price: reduced fees of 14.40 % in addition to the auction.


Provenance:


Collection of Mr and Mrs Gagliardi.


Great art collector and scholar, familiar with curators and great dealers, Jacques Gagliardi is also the author of works on the history of art.


. "Monet's trains only lead to the suburbs", Paris, PUF, 1987.


. "La conquête de la peinture, l'Europe des ateliers du XIIIe au XVe siècle", Paris, Flammarion, 1993.


. "Le roman de la peinture moderne", Paris, Hazan, 2006.


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