London, South Kensington
10 September 2009
A BRONZE MODEL OF A BULL, 17TH CENTURY
the reclining beast with one foreleg stretched before him, the head slightly raised with a gathering of skin to the neck before the rising of the beasts hump, its tail flicked over the side of its body, incised calligraphy to the base edge -- 8¼in. (21cm.) wide.
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