13 June 2002
A PAIR OF BRONZE BUSTS IPHIGENIA AND CHRYSES
After Louis-Simon Boizot (1743-1809), French, 19th century
Each on an integral bronze socle and a cylindrical red-marble and ormolu-mounted pedestal.
Warm brown patina and lighter high points.
19 in. (48.3 cm.) high, overall (2)
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Another pair of these bronzes was included in the Knoedler exhibition of 1968. See, New York, Knoedler and Co., The French Bronze 1500-1800, 6-27 Nov. 1968, no. 79.
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