5 July 2007
PROPERTY FROM THE LOYD COLLECTION
A CARVED MARBLE FIGURE OF A RECLINING BACCHANTE
CIRCLE OF LORENZO BARTOLINI (1777-1850), CIRCA 1810-20
Depicted with grapevines in her hair and lying on a lion skin; holding a jug in her right hand and a tazza in her left, a thyrsus beside her; on an integrally carved oval base painted with the inventory number '171'
33 in. (83.8 cm.) long
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F. Russell ed., The Loyd Collection of Paintings, Drawings and Sculpture, revised edition 1991, no. 171, pl. 79.
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