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Soldier Bending a Bow
Soldier Bending a Bow

Photo credit: Harlow Art Trust

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'Soldier Bending a Bow' was originally housed in the former Sports Centre but has since been relocated to Harlow Playhouse. Several larger versions of the work exist, for example, in the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and the Louvre. Although attributed to Bousseau, it is signed by the seventeenth-century sculptor, Pierre Puget. This may be a nineteenth-century copy after Bousseau.

Harlow Playhouse

Harlow


Date

19th C

Medium

bronze

Measurements

H 66 x W 27 x D 27 cm

Accession number

19

Acquisition method

purchased, 1963

Work type

Sculpture

Signature/marks description

base: P. Puget


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Harlow Playhouse

Playhouse Square, Harlow, Essex CM20 1LS England

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