Héraklès nu assis sur une peau de lion dit « Epitrapezios »

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Héraklès nu assis sur une peau de lion dit « Epitrapezios »
Musée du Louvre casting workshop (from 1883) Nude Herakles seated on a lion skin, known as "Epitrapezios". Patinated plaster H. 40 cm W. 26 cm D. 17 cm Based on the original work in the Musée du Louvre (Paris), dating from the 2nd century A.D. and discovered in Izmir (Smyrna). This work is based on a bronze model by the Greek sculptor Lysippus, dating from the 4th century B.C. and known as "Epitrapezios", characterizing small statues made for tables or, according to other interpretations, the posture of the "attablé" god. Louvre inventory no: LP 2651; Ma 28 Date of present print run: between 1987 and today Possible outdoor exposure: no Condition: minor accidents, small missing parts Type of print: complete
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