A pair of 19th Century Bronze oval reliefs of Bacchantes

£ 1500

After Clodion (1738-1814).
Each with a half-length nude in high relief; each in a moulded gilt-bronze oval frame with suspension loop.
Circa 1875.
Overall height 20.5cm

Ref: 24470

Bacchante a priestess or female follower of Bacchus (in Greek mythology) the god of wine and pleasure.
Clodion, a French sculptor in the rococo style noted for his works in marble and bronze.