Christie's Special Exhibition Gallery
7 December 2011
A ROMAN MARBLE MOSAIC PANEL
CIRCA LATE 4TH-5TH CENTURY A.D.
Composed of red, yellow, gray, black and green tesserae on a cream ground, with a feline chasing an ibex to the right, and a dog chasing a goat to the left, both caprids with prominent horns, their heads turned back toward their attackers, flowers in the field
59 in. x 82 in. (154 cm. x 210 cm.)
Art Market, Geneva.
Private Collection, New Jersey.
with L'Antiquaire & the Connoisseur Inc., New York, 20 November 1995.
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