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About the object

The figure standing in contrapposto is almost certainly copied from an early marble figure of 1756 by Lawrence Geoghegan (Died 1820).
The statuette pose of the great 17th century Flemish painter was originally created by the Royal sculptor John Michael Rysbrack (1693-1770) who created it along with a pendant of a figure of Rubens, in the 1740s.

Dimensions

90.0cm high x 36.0cm wide x 33.0cm deep

Stock number

F1094