Medusa with snakes in statuary marble, Rome, late 19th century.
The snakes are amazingly rendered in marble. It is a copy of the 1640 statue by Bernini, now visible at the Capitoline Museums
The bust of Medusa is a marble sculpture inspired to the mythological character of the same name. Made around 1640, it became part of the Capitoline Museums collection at Palazzo dei Conservatori in 1731. It is attributed to Gian Lorenzo Bernini.
- Méduse aux serpents - 65 cm, Sculpture
- Dal modello di Bernini
- Période estimée
- Fin du XIXe siècle
- Pays d’origine
- Bon état - quelques usures et tâches dues à l’âge
- 65×42×35 cm