Painted plumb Salvator Mundi
His face, chest, legs and arms painted, rests on a wooden base.
Flanders ? 17th century
Height : 19.6 in (without base)
Russian style chandelier
Neoclassical chandelier with palm leaves,
beginning of the 20th century
Height : 31.4 in
Diameter : 23.6 in
Baguès chandelier, circa 1930
Chandelier from french Maison Baguès, 17 lights.
Height : 44 in
Diameter : 32.2 in
Portrait of a little prince, beginning of the 18th century
Attribution to Pierre Gobert (1662-1744), Portrait of a child with a dog,
oil on canvas, original sculpted and gilded frame
Height : 37 in
Length : 31.4 in
Italian feet, 17th century
Two terracotta feet, with rests of painting, laced in a pair of embroidered sandals, with a velvet sole. Beautiful sculpture work from the end of the 16th, beginning of the 17th century. Probably part of a sculpture.
Length : 9 in
Height : 4.3 in
Terracotta feet, detail
Fashion model mannequin, 18th century
Extraordinary mannequin for a fashion shop display from the 18th century, in painted wood, with her original clothes (including a horsehair headdress...)
Height : 18.5 in
Style mannequin, 18th century
Apollon marble head
Apollon head in marble, circa 1800
Height : 8.6 in
Bust of a little girl, Fernand Cian
Terracotta bust of a little girl by Fernand Cian (1889-1954) on a marble stand, in the taste of the 18th century portraits. She looks at her pendant, the little boy...
Beginning of the 20th century.
Fernando Ciancianaini signs under "Ferdinand Cian" and is the student of famous French sculptor Alexandre Falguière. He presents his works various times at the Salon des Artistes Français in Paris, from 1908 to 1928, with an honorable mention in 1921. Cian specializes in children busts in the taste of the French 18th century. He sometimes signs his pastiches with famous artists' names, or with his own, and sometimes backdates. It's the case on 2 of his busts of children present in the Musée du Louvre.
Height : 21.2 in