17th c. French school lead garden sculpture depicting a kneeling woman petting a young faun lying in front of her. The female figure is nude; her curls are loosely pulled back in a Grecian style. The faun is lying on its back, hooved legs splayed. On a naturalistically modeled base.
Provenance: Segoura Gallery, Saint Ouen, France 1979; Collection of Bruce Dayton and Ruth Stricker Dayton, MinnesotaHeight: 32 in x width: 26 in x depth: 24 in.
Fair, some severe surface scratches and wear.
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