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Guiseppe Boschi (1783-1824)

Giuseppe Boschi (1783-1824) was an Italian sculptor known for his exquisite works. A couple of notable pieces associated with him:

  1. Equestrian Statue of Marcus Aurelius:
    • Boschi created an ormolu statuette based on the colossal gilt bronze equestrian statue of Marcus Aurelius, the Roman Emperor (121-180). The original statue is housed in the Capitoline Museums in Rome.
    • The statuette stands 670 mm high and is mounted on a pedestal adorned with relief panels depicting scenes from the life of Marcus Aurelius 1.
  1. Pair of Busts of Paris and Helen:
    • Attributed to Giuseppe Boschi, these bronze busts were modeled after the works of the renowned sculptor Antonio Canova (1757-1822).
    • The busts rest on verde antico socles and are believed to date back to around 1815 2.
  1. Pair of Discus Throwers:
    • Possibly created by Giuseppe Boschi, these bronze sculptures are inspired by ancient Greek art.
    • One of the sculptures bears the inscription: “MYPON EPOIEI”.
    • Their dimensions are approximately 42.5 cm (16¾ inches) and 39 cm (15⅜ inches) respectively.

Boschi’s work reflects the timeless beauty and craftsmanship of classical art, capturing the essence of historical figures and moments.

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