Item #AA-0115
Mercury Bronze after Giambologna, (Jean de Boulogne (1529-1608)

Description:


Stunning 19th Century Bronze Sculpture of Mercury after Giambologna (1529 1608) Flemish sculptor based in Italy, celebrated for his celebrated for his marble and bronze statuary in a late Renaissance or Mannerist style. Among his most famous works are the Mercury (of which he did four versions), poised on one foot, supported by a zephyr.

Measures:


Sculpture 25.5"Tall

34 " Total with Plinth Base


Mercury by Giambologna is one of the most famous and most replicated sculptures by Mannerist sculptor Giambologna, and was designed to be viewed from all sides. The Artist created it while the God soars supported by the other God Zephyrus.


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