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.
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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