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Francesco Fanelli (1590-1653)
Anglo-Italian, first quarter 17th century
CUPID ON A DOLPHIN
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187
Francesco Fanelli (1590-1653)
Anglo-Italian, first quarter 17th century
CUPID ON A DOLPHIN
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Francesco Fanelli (1590-1653)
Anglo-Italian, first quarter 17th century
CUPID ON A DOLPHIN
inscribed in red paint: 221
bronze, on an ebonised wood base
11.1cm., 4 3/8 in.
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來源

Alfred Beit, London, by 1904
thence by inheritance to his brother, Otto John Beit, 1st Baronet 1924
thence by descent to his son, Sir Alfred Lane Beit, 2nd Baronet
and thence by inheritance to his widow, Lady Clementine Mabell Kitty Beit (née Mitford)
the Alfred Beit Foundation, 2005-2006

出版

W. Bode, The Art Collection of Mr Alfred Beit at his Residence 26 Park Lane, London, 1904; W. Bode, Catalogue of the Collection of Pictures and Bronzes in the Possession of Mr Otto Beit, London, 1913, p. 109, no. 221

相關資料

Cupid on the dolphin was attributed to Francesco Fanelli by Anthony Radcliffe as early as 1978 (op.cit.). Several versions of it, both in gilt bronze and with a brown patination, exist in major collections such as London's Wallace Collection (inv. no. S85), the Victoria and Albert Museum (A103-1910), Ashmolean Museum (B424), and the National Galleries of Scotland (NG2592).

RELATED LITERATURE
W. von Bode and J. Draper, Italian Bronze Statuettes of the Renaissance, New York, 1980, pl. CLXV; N. Penny, Catalogue of European Scultpure in the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, 1992, col. I, pp. 60-61, no. 491; M. Leithe-Jasper and P. Wengraf, European Bronzes from the Quentin Collection, New York, 2005, p. 41, fig. 9.

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