After François Girardon French

Not on view

This bust and its mate (31.100.194)—one crowned with vines, the other with roses—may signify two of the seasons. Their substantial Baroque classicism typifies sculpture made for Louis XIV about 1675.

Bacchus, After François Girardon (French, Troyes 1628–1715 Paris), Bronze, later mounted on black marble socle, French, probably Paris

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