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.
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.