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Massimiliano Soldani-Benzi
Child Bacchante, Clipping Cupid’s Wings, 1695
Bronze with brown-black lacquer patina
height 31 cm, width 35 cm
Inv.-No. SK123
Provenance: 1695 acquired by Prince Johann Adam Andreas I von Liechtenstein from the artist; disposed of in the late 19th century; Amelia Madel in Vienna; 1966 Heim Gallery in London; 1969-73 part of an English Private collection loaned to the Birmingham City Art Gallery; 1976 Heim Gallery in London; 1978 acquired by Prince Franz Josef II von und zu Liechtenstein
Further works on display
Dancing Faun, 1695/1697
Medici Venus, c. 1699/1702
Bust of Anima Dannata, 1705/1707
Diana and Callisto, c. 1695/1700
The Judgement of Paris, 1695/1700
Bust of Cicero, 1695
Bust of Agrippa, 1695
Bust of Faustina the Elder, 1695
Bust of Vitellius, 1695
Bust of Augustus, 1695
Bust of Faustina the Younger, 1695
Bust of Hadrian, 1695
Bust of Seneca, 1695
Bacchanalia, 1695/1697
Time reveals the Truth, 1695/1697
Peace embraces Justice, 1694
The Triumph of Virtue over Vice, c. 1701/1706
Christ on the Mount of Olives, c. 1722
Bust of Marcus Aurelius as a Boy, 1707/1712
Bacchus, 1699/1701
Bust of the Anima Beata, 1705/1707
Deposition, 1710/25
Venus plucking the wings of Cupid, c. 1718/1719
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