5 July 2007
A RECTANGULAR CARVED MARBLE RELIEF BUST OF A WOMAN
CIRCLE OF FELIPE VIGARNY (1475-1542), CIRCA 1520-30
The veiled woman depicted with head thrown back and turned to dexter; carved with scrolls to the corners; the nose restored, losses to the corners
13¾ x 11½ in. (35 x 29 cm.)
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M. Trusted, Spanish Sculpture, London, 1996, no. 8, pp. 35-37.
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