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A WHITE MARBLE BUST OF THE VENUS DE CAPUA
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A WHITE MARBLE BUST OF THE VENUS DE CAPUA

BY CARLO ALBACINI (C. 1760-1807), ROME, 1785

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A WHITE MARBLE BUST OF THE VENUS DE CAPUA
BY CARLO ALBACINI (C. 1760-1807), ROME, 1785
Signed CARLO.ALBACIN. FECIT.1785, on a later grey veined white marble pedestal socle
25 in. (63.5 cm.) high, including socle
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The Venus de Capua is based on a sculpture from the empire of Hadrian (117 to 138 AD). It is thought the present model and the Venus de Milo are originally copies of a lost sculpture of Aphrodite attributed to the sculptor Lysippus, regarded as one of the greatest sculptors of his time.

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