"Woman Bust In Marble Louis XIV Period, Formant Term Or Cariatide"Beautiful marble woman bust of Louis XIV period and term or cariatide: This is a beautiful marble sculpture dating from the late seventeenth century and representing the bare bust of a young woman wearing a hat.
fashion of the time: the hair wavy and separated by a line at the top of the skull and ending with a braid coming to throw on the shoulder.
dressed in an antique garment, restrained by a link just under the breasts as the goddess Diane carries in some representations of the seventeenth century.
a pretty young and fresh face represented by three quarters.
the tip of the nose has been restored.
it is probably seen the rough cut at the back of the marble, an architectural element, a pillar top forming term, or possibly a portion of cariatid.
The sculpture is of very good quality with a beautiful polished marble.
It is rare to meet this type of decorative element in sculpture of this quality and also well preserved.
A pretty young woman of the seventeenth century, recalling the canons of the time, very beautiful quality with great decorative values.
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