Plaster representing helmeted neck brace.
Gipsoteca Di Milano The Fumagalli & Dossi gypsotheque has a long history. In 1927, when the famous Vallardi gypsotheque closed, two former craftsmen, Gariboldi and Bertolazzi, kept part of the vast collection, thus creating their own gallery. Since then, the workshop in Viale Montello 4 in Milan has gone through the years, passing from generation to generation. Today, Fumagalli & Dossi produces workshop plasters for art schools. Our cast comes from the first part of this story and is dated to the 1930s. A small lack at the base.
Bust of Apollo paster cast
Her abundant hair is made of long wavy locks, some of which are pulled back to the top of the forehead and tied, probably not to avoid the generosity in the action.
This type of hairstyle is frequently found in Aphrodires in the bath or Artemis hunting.
Gyspothèque de Milan, Italy
Our bust is a cast of the full-length bust of the Venus de Medici in the office Gallery in Florence.
Pauline doll, German Nuremberg cardboard box with its original clothing.
Miniature on ivory “Portrait of a young girl in a blue dress”, under glass, oval view, stained wood frame. On the back: inscription: Mme Bantard June 9, 1839
Louis Philippe period,
Pair of “petrified limestone” representing putti in relief.
Workshop plaster representing the Dying Slave by Michelangelo.
Molding early twentieth.
Polychrome carved wooden angel, from the Chapel of château Argenteau (Liège),
Terracotta sculpture known as Curiosa, representing a laundress sitting on a wicker basket, she holds her dress with her left hand and her chest slightly bare. She reveals her intimacy when the subject is raised …
Pair of blown glass wig holders, paper engravings glued under the glass, wooden feet.
Napoleon III period,