17th Century, Venetian School, Pair Of Baroque Carved Wood Putti RESERVED


Pair of walnut finely carved Putti, Italy, Venetian school, 17th century.

The figure of Putto knows a strong return between Renaissance and Baroque, as much in the Sacre as in the profane one. There are many examples in the figurative arts of Putti related to allegories, bearing a symbol: this pair of Putti, carrying one spear and the other the bow and arrow, Baroque typical taste, is close to the by Andrea Brustolon (Belluno, 1662-1732), sculptor, one of the protagonists of the Venetian Baroque. The finesse of the work applied to a precious essence such as walnut, proportions, patina, the fact of not forgetting the small details suggests a qualified sculptor, influenced by a great master, not only a craftsman.

Very good state of conservation, old restorations.

Height max cm 50

1 in stock

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