Venus holding a Lobster
after Michel Anguier (Eu 1612 - Paris 1686)
Art / Sculpture
Bronze and wood
270 mm highOrder this image
Polesden Lacey, Surrey (Accredited Museum)
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Bronze sculpture on a wooden plinth, Venus, after Michel Anguier (Eu 1612 - Paris 1686), 1652. A bronze figure holding drapery with a lobster and rising from the sea with a dolphin at her feet.
The bequest of Margaret (Anderson) McEwan, The Hon. Mrs Ronald - later Dame Margaret - Henry Fulke Greville, DBE (1863-1942) from probate records linked with the donation of the property to the National Trust in 1943. This item found on the record for Polesden Lacey bronzes etc. stored in the Garden Room, page 84.
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after Michel Anguier (Eu 1612 - Paris 1686), sculptor of original