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Title: Mars, Venus and Cupid with Vulcan at his forge (the Mantuan Roundel)
attributed to Gian Marco Cavalli (Italian, ca. 1454–after 1508, activity documented 1475–1508)
Date: ca. 1500
Culture: Italian, Mantua
Medium: Parcel-gilt bronze with silver inlay, integrally cast gilt frame with suspension loop.
confirmed: 11/16 × 16 9/16 in., 14.2 lb. (1.7 × 42 cm, 6.4 kg)
Height with suspension loop: 18 3/8 in. (46.7 cm)
Credit Line: Purchase, The Isaacson-Draper Fund, Florence and Herbert Irving Acquisitions Fund, 2021 Benefit Fund, Louis V. Bell, Harris Brisbane Dick, Fletcher, and Rogers Funds and Joseph Pulitzer Bequest, Walter and Leonore Annenberg Acquisitions Endowment Fund, Charlotte and Alejandro Santo Domingo, Michel David-Weill, David T. Schiff, Annette de la Renta, Mark Fisch, the Hon. Kimba Wood and Frank Richardson, Denise and Andrew Saul, Beatrice Stern, Wrightsman Fellows, and members of the Acquisitions Committee Gifts, 2022
Accession Number: 2022.6
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