13 April 2016
A WHITE MARBLE BUST OF A LADY
AFTER CANOVA, ITALIAN, 19TH CENTURY
22 in. (56 cm.) high
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Bassano del Grapa and Possagno, Museo Civico and Gipsoteca, Canova, 22 Nov. 2003 – 12 Apr. 2004, S. Androsov, M. Guderzo and G. Pavanello, cat. IV.28.
After the model of Ideal Head of a Female by Antonio Canova (1757-1822).
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