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Jean-Guillaume Moitte - attributed to
Paetus & Arria after the Ludovisi Gaul
Terracotta maquette

Height: 23.8 cm - 9 3/8 in
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Flemish, mid-Seventeenth Century
attributed to Lucas Faydherbe
(Mechelen, 1617 - 1697)
Jupiter
Terracotta bust, painted to resemble bronze

Dimensions: h. 68 x 52 x 31 cm (26¾ x 20½ x 12¼ in)
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Netherlandish, circa 1630
Lamentation of Christ
Gilt bronze plaquette

Diameter: 9.4 cm

A contemporary cast, with a lathe-turned rear. Pierced at 12 o’clock
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Romano Alberti, called “il Nero da Sansepolcro”
(First recorded Sansepolcro, 1521; died 1568)
Infant Martyr Saint
Polychrome statue of stucco and papier mâché, constructed around a wood core.

Overall height, excluding halo: 83 cm - 32¾ in
Height of integral base: 8 cm -3⅛ in
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Franz Ignaz Günther
(1725 - 1775)
A Pair of Angels
Lime-wood herms on elaborate scrolled pilasters of pinewood

Overall dimensions:
height: 128 cm - 50½ in
width: 63.5 cm - 25 in

The busts alone (including the wings):
height : 54.5 cm - 21½ in
width: 63.5 cm - 25 in
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Carlo Monaldi
(Rome, 1683 - 1760)
San Francesco da Paola
Terracotta relief, with original gilt bronzed surface and gilt wood frame

Dimensions of relief: 57 x 37.5 cm - 22½ x 14¾ in
including gilt wood frame:73 x 54.5 cm - 28¾ x 21½ in
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Jacques-Philippe Bouchardon
(Chaumont-en-Basigny 1711 - 1753 Stockholm)
Adolf Fredrik, King of Sweden
Mounted on a rearing stallion, probably made to celebrate his accession in 1751

Terracotta maquette
On original blackened oak pedestal

Height of terracotta alone: 25 cm - 9¾ in
Dimensions of pedestal: 16.5 x 25 x 15.5 cm - 6½ x 9¾ x 6 1/8 in
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Gianfrancesco Susini
(Florence, 1585 - after 1653)
Boy Seated on a Tree-Stump and Holding a Bird
Bronze statuette

Height: 14 cm - 5½ in
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Francesco Fanelli
(Florence, 1577 - after 1657?)(1)
Corpus Christi
Bronze with gilded loin cloth

Overall height: 20 cm - 8 in
Height from head to toes: 18 cm - 7 in
Overall width: 16 cm - 6¼ in
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Northern Italy, probably Mantua
Circa 1540-1560
Portrait of a man, known as Gaius Marius
Bronze bust after the Antique

Height: 47 cm - 18½ in

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