A marble group representing Theseus and Antiope by Alceo Dossena (1878-1937)

A marble group representing Theseus and Antiope by Alceo Dossena (1878-1937)
A marble group representing Theseus and Antiope by Alceo Dossena (1878-1937)
A marble group representing Theseus and Antiope by Alceo Dossena (1878-1937)
A marble group representing Theseus and Antiope by Alceo Dossena (1878-1937)
A marble group representing Theseus and Antiope by Alceo Dossena (1878-1937)

A marble group representing Theseus and Antiope by Alceo Dossena (1878-1937)

Period

Italian, after the antique, c. 1900

Dimension

80 cm high

Provenance

Probably Jakob Hirsch (1874-1955)
The Cleveland Museum of Art
Ars Classica, Thomas Virzi (1881-1974), no. 115, New York
Private collection Switzerland; where acquired by the present owner

Publications

F. Studniczka

Neue archaische Marmorskulpturen – Falsches und Echtes, in: Jahrbuch des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts 43, 1928, 149-170, Abb. 13-14, 16-20, Beil. 4-6

Bernard Ashmole

“An alleged archaic group”, 99-104, pl. V-VI, in: The journal of hellenic studies, vol L, part. I, 1930

G.M.A. Richter

The sculpture and sculptors of the Greeks, New Revised Edition, 1950, 537 ill. 555

W. Lussetti

Alceo Dossena scultore, Rome 1955, ill. 1-2

EAA

“Falsificazione”, 582-589, fig. 702

‘La tradition du faux,’ The Charming Magazine