Bacchante jouant d'un tambourin (fragment du cratère Borghese)

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Bacchante jouant d'un tambourin (fragment du cratère Borghese)
Musee du Louvre casting workshop (1794-1882) Bacchante playing a tambourine (fragment from the Borghese crater) Patinated plaster, model on base H. 84 cm W. 40 cm D. 15 cm Based on the famous vase from the first century B.C. in the Musée du Louvre (Paris), probably from Greece and discovered in 1569 in Rome, in the gardens of Sallustus. This original work comes from the collections of Camillo BORGHESE (1775-1832) and was part of the Napoleonic transaction at the expense of the Villa du Prince. Louvre inventory no.: MR 985; N 274; Ma 86 Period of manufacture and use of models on background: 1900-1960 Possible outdoor exposure: no Condition: accidents, traces Type of mold in relation to model: fragment
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