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Lion au serpent No. 3 (esquisse)
Lion au serpent No. 3 (esquisse)
Lion au serpent No. 3 (esquisse)
Lion au serpent No. 3 (esquisse)
Lion au serpent No. 3 (esquisse)
Lion au serpent No. 3 (esquisse)
Lion au serpent No. 3 (esquisse)
Lion au serpent No. 3 (esquisse)
Lion au serpent No. 3 (esquisse)
Lion au serpent No. 3 (esquisse)

Photo credit: The Fitzwilliam Museum

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The original model for this work is dated 1832. It was first cast in bronze around 1833; this version was cast at an unknown date after 1833.

The Fitzwilliam Museum

Cambridge


Date

after 1833

Medium

bronze, copper alloy & marble

Measurements

H 14.1 x W 18.3 x D 11.4 cm;
Plinth: H 2 x W 18.4 x D 13.2 cm

Accession number

M.3-2015 (formerly loan AAL.237-2006)

Acquisition method

bequeathed by Sir Ivor and Lady Batchelor through The Art Fund, 2015

Work type

Sculpture

Signature/marks description

inscribed on proper right of lion's tail: BARYE


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The Fitzwilliam Museum

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