Giuseppe Gambogi (1862–1938) Alabaster Sculpture flag

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" Giuseppe Gambogi (1862–1938) Alabaster Sculpture"
Alabaster sculpture, signed on the base on the right
Dimensions: H 29, L 28 cm, D 18 cm.

The Italian sculptor represents a young woman playing with the puma! The beast rolls up its lips, the beauty looks at her feline and places her hand on the back of his neck. In her left hand she rolls a ball, as if at any moment she is going to throw it at him. Installed on its rock, its delicate body contrasts with the tense musculature of the animal.


Giuseppe Gambogi is an Italian sculptor. He works in Paris and exhibits at the Salons. He enjoys representing classical, romantic and orientalist subjects. Mythology inspires him as much as the imagination of women, from nymph to goddess. His works demonstrate the Belle Époque fascination with the idealized human form, associated with melancholy and sometimes exotic subjects. The sculptor has a taste for beautiful materials: he sculpts marble and alabaster, sometimes adding onyx to enhance his work.

Museums: Museu Europeu d’Art Modern, Barcelona.
Price: 1 500 €
Artist: Giuseppe Gambogi (1862–1938)
Period: 19th century
Style: Other Style
Condition: Good condition

Material: Stone
Width: 28 cm
Height: 29 cm
Depth: 18 cm

Reference: 1348457
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