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19th Century Antique Bronze Anchises Fleeing Troy

Aeneas saving Anchises from Troy after Pierre Lepautre.

A late 19th century bronze group of Aeneas fleeing Troy, carrying his father Anchises over his shoulder with his son, Ascanius, at his side. Anchises is holding the statutes of the household gods of Troy, Lares and Penates. Supported by the original rouge marble plinth and with golden brown patination.

Height 23 3/4″ (60cm)

Width 10 1/4″ (26cm)

Depth 11 3/8″ (29cm)


Circa 1880