French Patinated Bronze Sculpture of Bacchus
A winsome bronze sculpture depicting a carefree Bacchic group. Bacchus is known as the Roman god of agriculture and, most particularly, wine. Here he is beautifully portrayed accompanied by an ethereal nymph and playful putti. As is typical for this beloved Roman god, the scene is one of carefree frivolity. The sculpture is done in the style of French sculptor, Claude Michel Clodion. It is well cast and bears a rich and warm patina.
18″H x 10″W x 7 1/2″D
Circa 1880SKU: EJAC 3 P $2,850 Inquire