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  - Bronze of Apollo
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  - Shaouabti
  - Head of Bastet
  - Vases Canopic
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Bronze of Apollo

Rome, 1st century AD.

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Classicizing in style, realized after a Greek statue, the god stands on his right leg, his left partly missing relaxed and bent at the knee. His left shoulder is slightly pulled back, the arm missing, perhaps once holding his bow or lyre. His right arm, also missing, was bent and extended forward holding his plectrum. His quiver is at his right shoulder with a knobbed cover. His head angled downward with his hair rolled back and tied in a chignon. The individual locks delineated, long wavy tresses falling onto his shoulders. The eyes deeply recessed for now-missing inlays.
H: 9,4 cm.
Provenance: former private French coll.
Literature: C.C. Vermeule and J.M. Eisenberg, Catalogue of the Greek, Etruscan, and Roman Bronzes in the Collection of John Kluge, New York and Boston, 1992, no. 90-18.

Parallel:
Christies sale, June 8 2004, lot 475.

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