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By Dumaige, Etienne-Henri (French, 1830-1888)
This antique bronze group is a brilliant example of Dumaige's Egyptian Revivalist work, which often drew inspiration from the life of ancient royalty.
In the Egyptian Revivalist taste, the princess stands to sinister, adorned with jewellery and wearing diaphanous robes, as her crouching attendant Apollodorus reveals her from behind a tapestry robe, on a veined rouge marble base. The pose of the princess and her servant is drawn from the painting 'Cleopatra before Caesar' by Jean-Leon Gérôme.
Signed 'H. Dumaige' on the cloak.
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