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Two bronze sculptures with brown patina forming a counterpart, representing Fortune, goddess of luck, and Mercury, god of good fortune in Roman mythology. Fortune is draped in one hand and Mercury holds a purse. Both are propelled into the air, Mercury by a baby blower and Fortune by waves.
Bases decorated with putti symbolizing Painting and Sculpture.
Both bronzes are signed "J. de Bologne".
Model after Jean de Bologne (Giambologna), French sculptor born in 1524 and died in Florence in 1608.
XIX° period, Circa: 1820
Dimensions: height Mercury 85 cm . Fortune 78 cm
Good condition : some chips at the base
|Style||Rome and ancient Greece (Bronze sculptures of Rome and ancient Greece Style)|
|Century||19th century (Bronze sculptures 19th century)|
|Shipping Time||Ready to ship in 4-7 Business Days|
|Location||06400, Cannes, France|
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