Bronze Statue of Ulysses after Jacques Bousseau (b. 1681 – 1740)

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  • A late 19th-century bronze statue of Ulysses after Jacques Bousseau (b. 1681 – 1740)
  • Classical treatment the figure shown stringing his bow while standing on a rocky base
  • His shield and quiver placed beside the rocks
  • This bronze has an attractive rich patina and sharp detail
  • This figure is considered Bousseau’s masterpiece
  • The original was carved in marble in Paris, 1712 after he returned from three years in Rome at the Académie de France in Rome. It is now in the Louvre
  • Height 37 x 18 x 14cm

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