949. Antique French Bronze Sculpture Allegory of the Vine Claude Clodion Barbedienne

An exceptionally well cast example of a Classical French patinated Bronze Figure of a young woman holding a bunch of grapes depicting “Allegory of the Vine” after Claude Michel Clodion (1738-1814) in nice dark patination. Mid Nineteenth Century. 

Standing beside a naturalistic tree stump on its integral rectangular bronze base. 

Clodion popularized this subject and created a number of variations of the theme, this offering is a very nice example. 

Condition: Superb untouched condition, with Foundry marks at back of base F Barbedienne Fondeur. There is a circular hole at back of base, don’t know why! Please view images. 

Measures: Height: (entire as per image one) 21.5” (54.5cm). Width: (at base) 7” (18cm). Depth: (at base) 4.75” (12.5cm). 

Shipped to Barnsley, South Yorkshire, England. 

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