‘Amor Della Terra’ Marble Statue By Cesare Lapini

‘Amor Della Terra’ Marble Statue By Cesare Lapini

CESARE LAPINI (born 1848)
‘Amor Della Terra’ Marble Statue By Cesare Lapini

Date & Origin c. 1885, Italy
Dimensions
H
155 cm (61 inc)
W
45 cm (17 inc)
D
45 cm (17 inc)
Description
'Amor Della Terra'
By Cesare Lapini (1848-1888)

Standing on a turned Verte de Mer circular pedestal, the subject, sculpted in white Carrara marble, the 'Love of the land' Cupid emerges from a sylvan cocoon, adorned with foliage and foliates.
Literature
Cesare Lapini (1848-1888) is listed in volume 8 of Benezit's 'Dictionary of Artists'. Published by Editions Gründ, 2006, he is noted as being born in Florence, and exhibiting in Rome in 1888, shortly before his death.
Medium
Carrara Marble
Signed / Inscribed
Entitled to the front, and signed and dated 1885 Firenze, to the reverse.
Condition
Excellent
Stock Code 8571
P.O.A
Dimensions
H
155 cm (61 inc)
W
45 cm (17 inc)
D
45 cm (17 inc)
Description
'Amor Della Terra'
By Cesare Lapini (1848-1888)

Standing on a turned Verte de Mer circular pedestal, the subject, sculpted in white Carrara marble, the 'Love of the land' Cupid emerges from a sylvan cocoon, adorned with foliage and foliates.
Stock Code 8571

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