9 June 2009
A BRONZE FIGURE OF LUCRETIA
WORKSHOP OF FRANCESCO FANELLI (ACTIVE 1608-1661), FIRST HALF 17TH CENTURY
Depicted standing and plunging a dagger into her chest on a later ormolu plinth and green and yellow marble base
9¼ in. (23.5 cm.) high; 14 in. (33.5 cm.) high, overall
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Please note this bronze can be attributed to the workshop of Francesco Fanelli and is identical to a bronze in Welbeck Abbey Museum collection which was a gift from Fanelli to King Charles I.
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