London, South Kensington
30 April 2008
A ROMAN BRONZE FIGURE OF THE GODDESS CONCORDIA
2ND CENTURY A.D.
Seated with right leg extended, a phiale in her outstretched right hand, wearing a diadem with hair drawn back into a low chignon on her shoulders, with chiton elaborately tied at the waist and himation over her left shoulder and across her lap, mounted
4¼ in. (10.8 cm.) high
French private collection, acquired at auction, Saint-Germain-en-Lay, France, in 1985.
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Cf. K. Gschwantler, Bronzen aus der Antikensammlung, exhibition catalogue, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna, 1986, p. 165, no. 304, for similar seated figure of Concordia.
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