Fine Roman Bronze Bust of Heraklese

11093. Fine Roman Bronze Bust of Heraklese

Ca.1st to 3rd Century AD

Finely detailed cast bronze attachment for use on a chariot in the form of the handsome and youthful bust of the God Hercules (or Heraklese), wearing a lion skin around his shoulders with the lion’s head as a cowl, paws tied across his chest. Squared fitting on reverse for attachment. Dark green-black patina, excellent condition. A fine bronze. Size: 5-1/2 inches H. + custom mount. Provenance: Private Los Angeles California collection, acquired at the Dorotheum, Vienna, 9/98. Ex. Royal Athena Gallery, NYC.,

$6,000


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