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Early 20th Cent French Plater Relief from the Louvre Museum

An early 20th century French plaster copy bas-relief representing Eos (or Aurora in Roman mythology) driving a quadriga with her lover (Tithonus or Cephalus) at the horses’ heads.
Made and retaining the the tablet from the plaster works of the Louvre Museum in Paris.


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France Early to Mid 20th Cent


Height: 74cm (29.1 inches)
Width: 142cm (55.9 inches)
Depth: 10cm (3.9 inches)

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