Roman Marble Figure of Bacchus

9411. Roman Marble Figure of Bacchus

Ca. 1st to 2nd Century AD.

The youthful god shown standing with his weight on his left leg, his right relaxed, naked except for a goat skin draped across his slender body and falling behind him, the animal head behind his left shoulder, holding a bunch of grapes in his left hand, a tether around the tree-trunk against his left leg, presumably for an animal, now missing, set on an integral oval base. Size 29½ in (74.3cm) high. Repaired with some minor restoration at knees. Provenance: Acquired by the previous owner in Buenos Aires in the early 1970s,

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