hildegardavon:

Antoine Coysevox, 1640-1720    
Nymph with a shell. Marble, 1685.
Variation after Ma 18, a Roman statue then in the Borghese collection, now exhibited in the Department of Greek, Etruscan and Roman antiquities in the Louvre—which was in its turn a copy after the Hellenistic type of the knucklebones player. Coysevox’s statue is one of a series of copies after the antique commissioned in 1683 by Louis XIV to decorate the park of Versailles.
 
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hildegardavon:

Antoine Coysevox, 1640-1720   

Nymph with a shell. Marble, 1685.

Variation after Ma 18, a Roman statue then in the Borghese collection, now exhibited in the Department of Greek, Etruscan and Roman antiquities in the Louvre—which was in its turn a copy after the Hellenistic type of the knucklebones player. Coysevox’s statue is one of a series of copies after the antique commissioned in 1683 by Louis XIV to decorate the park of Versailles.

 

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