Tête de la Pallas de Velletri

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Tête de la Pallas de Velletri
Musée du Louvre casting workshop (from 1815) Head of the Pallas de Velletri Plaster H. 84 cm W. 32 cm D. 44 cm Based on the original work in the Musée du Louvre (Paris), discovered in Velletri, just outside Rome, in 1797 and dating from the first century AD. It represents the goddess Athena, based on a Greek bronze model dating from the 5th century B.C. and given to the sculptor Crésilas. Louvre inventory no.: MR 281; N 1021; Ma 464 Date of present print run: unknown Possible outdoor exposure: no Condition: minor accidents, missing parts, marks Type of print in relation to model: fragment
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