This is a striking and extremely finely cast patinated bronze sculpture of The Triumph of Bacchus, circa 1840 in date.
This magnificent sculptural figural group features the Roman God of the vine wine and festive, Bacchus, a beautiful semi-naked Classical maiden and a lovely pair of cherubs - one dancing while holding a tambourine and the other seated on the shoulders of Bacchus during the jovial Bacchanalia.
The sculpture is raised on a magnificent naturalist round bronze base.
The most renowned depiction of The Triumph of Bacchus was painted by Diego Velázquez and commissioned by Philip IV of Spain in 1620 and is now housed in the Museo del Prado, in Madrid.
Add some mythological and classic touch to your home with this striking antique bronze sculpture.
In excellent condition, please see photos for confirmation of condition.
Dimensions in cm:
Height 41 x Width 20 x Depth 20
Dimensions in inches:
Height 1 foot, 4 inches x Width 8 inches x Depth 8 inches
Our reference: A1103