20 April 2007
A FRENCH TERRACOTTA GROUP OF A SATYR, MAIDEN AND YOUNG SATYR
AFTER CLODION, FRENCH, 19TH CENTURY
Depicting a faun seated embracing a maiden and crowning her with a laurel wreath, a young faun holding grapes alongside, all on an integral circular base and a further cippolino marble plinth, the terracotta inscribed 'CLODION 1785' and the base bearing an engraved brass plaque inscribed 'CLODION 1785'
22¼ in. (56.5 cm.) high overall
with Dalva Brothers, New York, 2 June 1965.
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