ANCIENT ART
POST-ANCIENT SCULPTURE | Triscornia Paolo Andrea (1757—1833)
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1. SCULPTURE.
Apollo.
Copy of antique statue by Paolo Andrea Triscorni (1757—1833).
Marble, 1820s.
Restored in 2009.
Saint Petersburg, Summer Garden.
2. SCULPTURE.
Apollo.
Copy of antique statue by Paolo Andrea Triscorni (1757—1833).
Marble, 1820s.
Restored in 2009.
Saint Petersburg, Summer Garden.
3. SCULPTURE.
Apollo.
Copy of antique statue by Paolo Andrea Triscorni (1757—1833).
Marble, 1820s.
Restored in 2009.
Saint Petersburg, Summer Garden.
4. SCULPTURE.
Diana and Endymion.
Paolo Andrea Triscornia (1757—1833).
Marble. 1797—1798.
Height 140 cm, length 151 cm.
The signature on the pedestal on the right: P. TRISCORNI
Inv. No. Ν.ρκ. 776.
Saint Petersburg, The State Hermitage Museum.
5. SCULPTURE.
Eros and Psyche.
Paolo Andrea Triscornia (1757—1833).
Marble. 1797—1798.
Inv. No. Ν.ρκ. 773.
Saint Petersburg, The State Hermitage Museum.
6. SCULPTURE.
Laocoön (after the Antique).
Paolo Andrea Triscornia (1757—1833).
Marble. 1787—1798.
Saint Petersburg, The State Hermitage Museum.
7. SCULPTURE.
Sleeping Ariadne (after the Antique).
Paolo Andrea Triscornia (1757—1833).
Marble. 1787—1798.
Saint Petersburg, The State Hermitage Museum.
8. SCULPTURE.
Sleeping Ariadne (after the Antique).
Paolo Andrea Triscornia (1757—1833).
Marble. 1787—1798.
Saint Petersburg, The State Hermitage Museum.
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