Marble Statue, Venus At Bath, After Allegrain

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Originates from: France

Era: 1800's

Dimensions: 85cm H x 25cm W x 35cm D

Christophe-Gabriel Allegrain (French, 1710-1795) was a sculptor famed and celebrated for his exceptional creations in a blend of the Neoclassical and Rococo styles. Working from the mid-18th Century in France, he secured the important patronage of King Louis XV who commissioned his most famous work 'Venus after the Bath', also known as 'La Baigneuse', after which this fine sculpture was made.


Made from marble, this beautifully picturesque sculpture is incredibly heavy. There is repaired damage - the head appears to have been reattached and is currently sturdy.