Roman Marble Head Of A Panther // 1st-2nd Century AD
A stunning Roman marble head of a panther, c. 1st - 2nd Century AD, which would have been part of a larger marble furniture fragment, likely a trapezophoros (table leg). The facial details are extremely well-modeled with deep set eyes, elaborate ears and open mouth showing teeth. A fine example of Roman sculpture in a beautiful veiny marble. Light deposits. Mounted on a black wood base. .
13.5"L x 13"W x 10.25"H
— Measurement: 7.5" x 6" x 4.25"
— Ex Florence Martin Antiquaire, Paris; Ex Washington, D.C. Private Collection
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