After Michelangelo - F. Barbedienne Fondeur - Réduction Méchanique A. Collas - Sculpture, an impressive statue of Lorenzo de Medici - 73 cm (1) - Bronze (patinated) - Late 19th century

Description
After Michelangelo - F. Barbedienne Fondeur - Réduction Méchanique A. Collas - Sculpture, an impressive statue of Lorenzo de Medici - 73 cm (1) - Bronze (patinated) - Late 19th century
France

An impressive and beautiful patinated bronze sculpture by Lorenzo de Medici, the central figure on the tomb of this eponymous Duke of Urbino in Florence.
The original sculpture was made by Michelangelo between 1520 and 1534.

This sculpture was made in the 2nd half of the 19th century by the famous foundry of Ferdinand Barbedienne. The sculpture features a stamp with the text ‘Réduction Méchanique - A. Collas - Brevete' and is also signed with 'F. Barbedienne Fondeur’.

Very heavy sculpture of approx. 38 kg.

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Lot details
No. of items
1
Object
an impressive statue of Lorenzo de Medici - 73 cm, Sculpture
Material
Bronze (patinated)
Designer/ Artist
After Michelangelo
Manufacturer/ Brand
F. Barbedienne Fondeur - Réduction Méchanique A. Collas
Estimated Period
Late 19th century
Country of Origin
France
Condition
Good condition - used with small signs of aging & blemishes
Dimensions
73×36×30 cm
Weight
38 kg
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