THE DISARMING VENUS OF Kupidine, bronze, 19th century

A popular theme from Italian Renaissance painting through Rococo painting to 19th-century sculpture. Presentation of Venus taking an arrow from Cupid. In her other hand, the goddess holds a quiver that she must have taken from her son. The gesture emphasizes the superiority of Venus, who was the first to patronize love.

France (?), 19th century


Dim. 25.5 x 30.5 x 13 cm.

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2 400 zł tax incl.

Good condition, no bowstring at the bow.