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German, 16th century
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來源

Leon Bagrit, London

出版

Y. Hackenbroch, 'Bronzes in the collection of Mr Leon Bagrit: part II - the female nude', The Connoisseur, CXLIII, January-June 1959, figs. 7 and 8

相關資料

The present bronze compares closely with small German bronzes dating to the 16th century, such as some illustrated by Chipps Smith (op. cit.). When Hackenbroch recorded the collection of Leon Bagrit, she attributed the present bronze to Loy Hering and dated it to Augsburg, circa 1525 (op. cit.). However, Hering's medium of choice was his local limestone and the sculptor did not work in bronze. His limestone on slate relief of Rhea Silvia in the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, is known in later bronze copies (inv. no. 4888-1858).

RELATED LITERATURE
J. Chipps Smith, German sculpture of the later Renaissance c. 1520-1580. Art in the age of uncertainty, Princeton, 1994, pp. 207, 279 and 295, nos. 170, 243 and 295

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