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A white marble bust of Summer, Roman, circa 1700.

From a set of the Seasons.

The figure’s shoulders with billowing drapery, her hair dressed with ears of corn; on an integrally carved original socle, height 91.5cm.

It is attributed to Agostino Cornacchini (1686-1754) who worked mostly in Rome.

His equestrian statue of Charlemagne, sculpted in 1725, and considered to be his great masterpiece, is situated at the entrance to the Vatican Palace.


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