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"Bacchanal According to Clodion - Signed Bronze Statue in Rococo Style"
This decorative bronze statue is the interpretation of an antique motif by French artist Claude Michel Clodion. It depicts a lively group of figurines and thematically deals with the so-called bacchanals, the bacchus festivals in ancient Rome. The observer can see a detailed snapshot of two guests of the festivities as well as a little putto during an excessive drinking spree. As the festivities are in honour of the wine god Bacchus, or Dionysos, numerous vine branches and grapes adorn the motif. The bronze figurine is elaborately patinated in different colours and is characterised by a very detailed surface design that impressively recreates the individual components and depicted materials. Placed on a beautifully structured, brownish-grey marble base, this figurine in a Rococo style bears the signature of the artist. The surface refinement in harmonious colours makes this ancient-looking bronze sculpture a unique piece of historical art in a Roman and mythological style.
The production of our bronze figurines is subject to strict quality guidelines. All of the sculptures are cast and refined by hand. All of the bronze figurines in our assortment are produced via the lost wax technique.
Claude Michel Clodion is a French Rococo sculptor who lived from 1738 until 1814. The focus of his works was often on ancient and mythological scenarios, which he brought to life with a keen eye for details. Apart from the Bacchanal, his most famous work is said to be the sculpture of Zephyrus and Flora, which he created in 1799. The artist died on March 29th, 1814 in Paris.
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