Pair of nubians

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Paire de nubiens, Venise, XIXe siècle
Paire de nubiens, Venise, XIXe siècle


Pair of Nubians in lacquered and gilded wood with mother-of-pearl eyes and ivory teeth.

Each character wears a shell carved in the shape of a font on one shoulder and is dressed in a buttoned and belted tunic.

They rest on plinths decorated with masks and garlands.

This pair of Nubians is inspired by the productions of Andréa Brustolon (1662-1732). A wood sculptor by training, this artist produced exuberantly decorated furniture for the Venetian aristocracy and greatly influenced the furniture of his time.

Dimensions: H 200 x D 61 cm

Height200 cm
Diameter 61 cm
Price upon request

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