9895 – 19th Century Bronze Sculpture ‘The Allegory of Fortune’

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19th Century bronze sculpture ‘The Allegory of Fortune’. She is standing on a wheel while holding a cornucopia filled with jewelry and coins. A flowing cloth graces her hips. The cylindrical base is adorned with a frieze of putti representing the arts. Signed on the upper part of the base: “Fulconis”.  Louis-Guillaume Fulconis (1818-1873) is a French sculptor who was active in the 19th century. Modeled after Jean de Bologne (Giambologna), a French sculptor who was born in 1524 and died in Florence in 1608.

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Height

26 inches

Width

12 inches

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