Stone sculpture Medusa (Medusa, Gorgon) 16th century

16th century and older
The Middle Ages, Renaissance, Louis XIII style
From: 18000, Bourges, France

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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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