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Artwork: Two Water Nymphs - Dutch, Circa 1620/30
Size: 19.5 cm
Medium: Ivory relief. Mounted on a wooden plinth with back plate.
Creation year: 1620
Marks: Two female nudes with a jug, partially covered by billowing drapery, naturally modelled base with a tree trunk. Figures with elongated proportions. Cracks forming, especially on right figure. Expressive body modelling. The motif is probably based on a copper engraving published in 1616 by Jan Saeredam, after a lost sanguine drawing by Hendrik Golztius, reproduced in Theuerkauff, Christian, Elfenbein. Reiner Winkler Collection, Vol. II, no location given, 1994, p. 44, illustration 12a.
Category: Sculptures And Ceramics
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