Turned to his left, the hair radiating from the crown and falling in crescentic locks over the forehead, temples, and nape of the neck, his face with strong chin, aquiline nose, and finely carved eyes beneath the arched eyebrows.
Count Gregory S. Stroganoff (1829-1910), Palazzo Stroganoff, Rome, acquired between 1865 and 1910
French private collection
Drouot-Richelieu, Paris, June 13th, 2003, no. 100, illus.
Jean-Luc Chalmin, January 2004
Ludwig Pollak and Antonio Muñoz, Pièces de choix de la collection du Comte Grégoire Stroganoff à Rome, Rome, vol. 1, 1911-1912, pl. XVI
Paul Arndt, Photographische Enzyklopädie Antiker Sculpturen, Munich, 1931, nos. 3504-3505, illus.
Vagn Poulsen, Les portraits romains. Volume I. République et dynastie julienne (Publications de la Glyptothèque Ny Carlsberg, no. 7), Copenhagen, p. 125
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