High-relief Marble Baroque Allegory Of Winter Italy, 17th


Marble high-relief representing the allegory of winter, Italian Baroque, late 17th early 18th century.

Winter is depicted as a putto with its shoulders covered with a shawl that warms the hands in a brazier. That of the putti is an artistic iconography that draws its roots in Roman mythology to find its most complete expressive form during the 17th and 18th centuries, going beyond the simple decorative function that the Renaissance had given it, very often making them rise. to the dignity of the subject as a whole as an allegory of both sacred and profane art.

Very good state of conservation compatible with its time, small lack in the right hand.


H cm 33
L cm 24

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