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Michelangelo's Bacchus marble bust
1 @ $35,000.00
Date posted: 20-Jun-2024

The Bacchus dates from Michelangelo’s first visit to Rome when he was studying classical sculpture more intensely than at any other time of his life.

https://artedivine.com/project/bacchus/

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bacchus_(Michelangelo)

Bacchus (1496–1497) is a marble sculpture by the ItalianMichelangelo. The statue is somewhat over life-size and represents Bachus, the Roman god of wine.  Commissioned by Raffaele Riario, a high-ranking Cardinal and collector of antique sculpture, it was rejected by him and was bought instead by Jacopo Galli, Riario's banker and a friend to Michelangelo. Together with the Pieta, the Bacchus is one of only two surviving sculptures from the artist's first period in Rome.


The gentleman that made this has the exclusive rights from the Vatican to have taken the laser patterns from the originals and that is why it has the Vatican coin and numbered edition on them.  The Vatican gave permission for him to make a limited number.

Michelangelo's Bacchus marble bust
1 @ $35,000.00
Date posted: 20-Jun-2024

The Bacchus dates from Michelangelo’s first visit to Rome when he was studying classical sculpture more intensely than at any other time of his life.

https://artedivine.com/project/bacchus/

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bacchus_(Michelangelo)

Bacchus (1496–1497) is a marble sculpture by the ItalianMichelangelo. The statue is somewhat over life-size and represents Bachus, the Roman god of wine.  Commissioned by Raffaele Riario, a high-ranking Cardinal and collector of antique sculpture, it was rejected by him and was bought instead by Jacopo Galli, Riario's banker and a friend to Michelangelo. Together with the Pieta, the Bacchus is one of only two surviving sculptures from the artist's first period in Rome.


The gentleman that made this has the exclusive rights from the Vatican to have taken the laser patterns from the originals and that is why it has the Vatican coin and numbered edition on them.  The Vatican gave permission for him to make a limited number.

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Linda Rubendall
1320 Celese Circle
Reno, NV 89511
(P) (775) 829-2990
Email: linda.rubendall@itex.net
Web Site: http://reno.itex.com