Attributed to the workshop of Simeon Skillin American

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Probably intended as a garden sculpture, this figure was originally painted gray and red in imitation of marble. The piece bears a striking resemblance to Antonio Canova's marble "Hebe" of 1801, which was widely known through engravings.

Hebe, Attributed to the workshop of Simeon Skillin (1757–1806), Painted pine, American

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