Diana | 1900 - 1910 | Academism Diana | 1900 - 1910 | Academism
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Ferdinand Lugerth | Diana | 1900 - 1910 | Bronze | 86 x 63 x 33 cm | Academism | Sculpture, Bronze | Traditional | Ferdinand Lugerth | Antiques | price: EUR 3 677

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The elongated, oval base bears female nude clad only in a fluttering drapery which covers solely her loins. The half moon adorning the woman’s hair suggests that the figure symbolizes the ancient goddess of hunting, Diana. The goddess walks, searching for game, wielding a lance prepared to be thrown in her right hand while balancing with her left hand. As is suggested by the signature on the plinth, the bronze sculpture was created by the Austrian sculptor Ferdinand Lugerth (1885–1915).

 

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