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16th-17th Century Spanish Colonial Carved and Painted Statue of Mary Magdalene

Standing 39 inches tall this statue of the Penitent Mary Magdalene features the saint standing wearing pleaded gown and draped mantel with her right hand to the heart and with her elaborately carved long hair down over her shoulders. The statue retains much of the original paint. Additional information and price: ...

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Weathered Lifesize Cast Cement Statue of Male Nude after Michelangelo’s David

Standing almost 39 inches tall this well modeled three quarter length statue features a desirable weathered surface and good detail. Especially the facial expression is beautifully rendered. The original statue of David by Michelangelo is 17 ft tall and positioned outside Palazzo della Signora in Florence, Italy. 38.5 in.H x 22 ...

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A Pair of 19th Century Italian Neoclassical Bronze Busts of Likely Ganymede and Hebe

SOLD. Ganymede, considered the most handsome boy in the world, was a Prince of Troy and abducted by Zeus with whom he replaced Hebe, the daughter of Hera, as cupbearer to the gods. Ganymede is often depicted wearing a Phrygian cap as in this case, under which his wavy hair ...

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A Pair of Rare Italian Early 20th Century Polychrome Glazed Terracotta Blackamoors

Standing close to six feet tall this is a both impressive and charming opposing pair of boy and girl blackamoors. He wearing short pants and she in a skirt are presenting tasseled pillows standing on faux marble glazed octagonal bases. Good majolica statues with lively colors, great facial expressions and ...

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Mid-Century Modern Bronze Sculpture by Arthur Marshak, Florida

'With these hands' A large stunning bronze sculpture group by noted American sculptor Arthur Marshak (b. 1927) representing multiple human figures and a pair of large hands set on a black marble base. The base features a brass title plaque. Signed by the artist and annotated 2/10. H including base 20 ...

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Sculpture of a Seated Male Nude by Ramon Lago, Cuban American Artist, 20th Cent.

'Seated Male Nude' by Ramon Lago, Cuban American, 20th century. Bonded bronze, H 9 inches, Signed and dated.   RAMON LAGO is a well-known, respected artist and sculptor whose works have been exhibited both nationally and internationally. Mr. Lago was born in Cuba and brought to ...

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A Magnificent 19th Century Italian Neoclassical Carved Marble Console Table

The white Carrara marble top, centering a circular classical bas-relief, with leaf carved edges above two magnificent pedestals carved with pairs of lion legs standing on leaf carved pediments and centering satyr masks on both sides. L 59.5 in. W 28.5 in. H 32.5 in.

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A Large 19th Century likely Federal American Gilt Wood Carving of an Eagle

Perched on a sphere this magnificent New England style eagle with symmetrically spread wings and beak straight forward is a striking symbol. H 14,5 in. W 15.5 in. Base diameter 5 in.

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An 18th century Italian School Polychrome Wood Carving of St John the Baptist with the Lamb

His right hand would have been pointing to the lamb symbolizing Jesus. A great baroque figure retaining much of its original paint and gilt. H 20 in. W 10 in. D 6 in.

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A Large Likely Italian 19th Century Grand Tour Bronze sculpture of ‘The Dying Gaul’

This classical sculpture, the original of Hellenistic origin, was until the 20th century commonly known as 'The Dying Gladiator'. You will notice this older title lightly incised on the bottom of the statue. L 21 in. H 11 in. W 10.5 in. It appears the the statue formerly has been ...

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