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Sculpture (fragment) in limestone representing the face of Medusa also called Medusa or the Gorgon in Greek mythology. Successively reinvented during the Renaissance, Medusa went from being a monster to the archetype of the femme fatale. The face is elongated, the eyes bulging and half-open, the cheekbones protruding and the mouth half-open, characteristic of this period. Probably an element of pediment. It is presented on a contemporary marble base.
France, 16th century.
Dimensions indicated without the base.
|Style||The Middle Ages, Renaissance, Louis XIII style (Marble and Stone Sculptures of The Middle Ages, Renaissance, Louis XIII style Style)|
|Century||16th century and older (Marble and Stone Sculptures 16th century and older)|
|Artist||16th century and older|
|Country of origin||The Middle Ages, Renaissance, Louis XIII style|
|Dimensions||16th century and older|
|Length (cm)||16th century and older|
|Width (cm)||16th century and older|
|Height (cm)||16th century and older|
|Depth (cm)||16th century and older|
|Diameter (cm)||16th century and older|
|Weight (Kg)||16th century and older|
|Shipping Time||Ready to ship in 4-7 Business Days|
|Location||18000, Bourges, France|
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