Orientalist Sculpture In Carrara Marble And Bronze Signed By Guglielmo Pugi Nineteenth Time

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Period19th century
Width 9.4 in
Length 9.1 in
Height1 ft 3.0 in

Very beautiful sculpture in white Carrara marble and bronze with brown patina signed by Guglielmo Pugi (Fiesole 1850-1915). Guglielmo Pugi moved to Florence from 1870.
It represents a snake charmer.
It dates from the end of the 19th century.
Signature hollow on the terrace.
This work is part of the Orientalist movement which originated in the 18th century and developed throughout the 19th century.
Some of Pugi's works are exhibited at the Albatre Museum in the city of Volterra.
He created the bust of King Humbert I, which is located on the main square of Fiésole.
Sculptures by Guglielmo Pugi were presented at the 1901 Pan-American Exhibition in Buffalo (New York) and at the 1904 Universal Exhibition in Saint-Louis (Missouri).

Our sculpture measures 38 cm high x 23 cm long and 24 cm wide.

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