Claude Michel, known as Clodion, "Satyr and Nymph ...
Satyre portant une bacchante jouant du tambourin, ou, Satyre portant une nymphe accompagné par
In the Style of Claude Michel Clodion (French, 1738-1814) Terra-cotta Satyr and Nymph
Nymphe et satyre folâtrant, ou L'ivresse du vin
a satyr and a nymph by claude michel clodion
Nymph and Satyr. Artist: Clodion (Claude Michel)
group of nymphs and satyr by claude michel clodion
Nymph and Satyr. Claude Michel. Clodion ...
▫Nymphs Holding Aloft a Platter Charged with Fruit. Artist: Claude Michel, called Clodion, French (active Paris), 1738 - 1814. Place of origin: France
nymph and satyr by claude michel clodion
CLODION, Claude MICHEL called,
Nymph and satyr. Claude Michel Clodion
A satyr, nymph and putto, 1875–1899. After Claude Michel Clodion
'Poetry and Music', marble sculpture by Claude Michel, 1774-1778, National Gallery of Art, Washington, D. C.
After Michel Claude Clodion Gilt bronze figural sculpture group depicting a seated male satyr with two satyr children. Signed "CLODION" on the back base.
After CLODION,Group of a Satyr, Bacchante, and Putto,Heritage Auctions,
CLODION, Claude MICHEL called,
Claude Michel (Clodion), The Intoxication of Wine (Satyr and Nymph Carousing), 1780-1790, terracotta, Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY.
Bacchus and a Nymph with a Child and Grapes, Clodion (Claude Michel) (
A Nymph and Two Satyrs, 1875–1899. After Claude Michel Clodion
At an ordinary public auction this past April, Nationalmuseum purchased a magnificent terracotta sculpture by French artist Claude Michel, known as Clodion.
A Patinated Bronze Bacchic Figural Group After Claude Michel, Called Clodion
Female satyr carrying two putti, terra-cotta statuette by Clodion; in the Walters
Fauna family after Claude Michel Clodion circa 1870
Clodion Group of Satyr and Fauns « Claude Michel (December 1738 – March « Artists « Art might - just art
CLODION Claude Michel - French (1738 - 1814) ~ Zephyrus and Flora natural bonded
After CLAUDE MICHEL CLODION (French 1738-1814) Satyr and Nymph -circa 1850
edward mccartan | Nymph and Satyr, Edward McCartan, 1920, via Flickr.
Claude Michel Clodion - Satyr Crowning a Bacchante, 1770
Large 14 3/4" french statue of Bacchanal ,Nymph and Satyr, from Claude Michel named Claudion (1738-1814) in solid bronze with beautiful patina and hand ...
Two Small Terracotta 'Bozzetti' Attributed to Claude Michel Called Clodion
Bacchic group: satyr and bacchante with infant satyr, Clodion (Claude Michel) (
One description of this particular work (below) noted that, in the sculptures of Clodion, "Man is often the satyr, a little grotesque, a little clumsy, ...
Satyress reclining against an urn, with a putto feeding her grapes
After CLAUDE MICHEL CLODION (French, 1738-1814) Nymph and Satyr with Putti
Bronze de Vienne érotique jeune satyre et nymphe à la colonne
Claude Michel, called Clodion Jean-Baptiste Lepaute The Dance of Time: Three Nymphs Supporting a Clock, 1788 Terracotta, gilt brass, glass 40 in.
Girl with doves Clodion (Claude Michel) (French, Nancy 1738–1814 Paris
European Bronze Sculpture of a Nymph, Satyr and Putti after Clodion For Sale
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After Claude Michel Clodion, (French circa superb Century Bronze sculpture depicting a naked Bacchante feeding a young Satyr grapes.
After Claude Michel, called Clodion (French, 1738-1814) Bronze of Satryress
Clodion (Claude Michel) Nymph and Satyr terracotta. Metropolitan Museum, New York
Claude Michel - Clodion Pan poursuivant Syrinx sous le regard de l'Amour. 1782
Bacchant courant avec deux thryses / Circle of Claude Michel Clodion
Bronze de Vienne érotique à transformation satyre et nymphe
century Claude Michel Clodion (French, 1738 bronze figural group of a dionysian female revelers and a baby satyr, Bacchanalia, the classically clad woman ...
Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux's Ugolino and His Sons (Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1861–
Girl holding fruit - Clodion (Claude Michel)
Dionysus supported by a Satyr. - marble statue, from Roman Age in Flavian period
Claude Michel, called Clodion — Relief with Dancing Maenads via The Pictorial Arts
Circle of CLODION Claude Michel - French (1738 - 1814) ~ circa 1800
Narcissus - by Adolph Weinman
Claude michel (known asClodion (1738-1814: Satyr playes with a young infant
Blush pink-painted iron chairs with a classic trestle table, all grounded by global-inspired outdoor rugs.
In the manner of Claude Michel, called Clodion (1738-1814) French,
Bacchante from the chimneypiece by Luke Lightfoot in the North Hall at Claydon House, c
Pan seduces Dafni, beautiful demigod son of Hermes and a nymph, while teaching him to play the syringe. Many do not know ...
Sculpture: Dionysus supported by a satyr. Dionysus is a two-sided figure; his wine can provide comfort and inspiration, but can also bring on a mad frenzy.
Satyrs - otherwise known as fauns. The Greek god Pan, god of the wilderness, shepherds and flocks, and rustic music, is depicted this way
statue of Ares, so called "Ares Ludovisi" - Roman copy of Hellenistic original mable, now at the Ludovisi collection in National Museum of Rome
A Satyr is a creature companion of Dionysus with horse-like features, including a
Dido's death by Claude-Augustin Cayot, 1711. Musée du Louvre, Paris
Alexandre Cabanel Nymph and Satyr painting is shipped worldwide,including stretched canvas and framed art.This Alexandre Cabanel Nymph and Satyr painting is ...
Bronzioni signed Satyr/Faun/Devil Bronze Sculpture Figure
Silver stater of the island of Thasos depicting a Satyr abducting a nymph; a fine
Claude Michel Clodion. Francés 1738-1814. terracota.
Barberini Faun - Munich Glyptothek 'The pope used to keep this statue in his royal quarters and it is often referred to as the Pope's chair.
Bacchus and a Nymph (Bacchante) with Child and Grapes - Clodion .
Michel Claude Clodion (French, 1738 -1814)
Walter Crane [Nymph between two satyrs]
A Louis XVI Style Patinated Bronze and Marble Jardinière CLAUDE MICHEL ...
The statue of Dionysus and a satyr, an AD 2nd century Roman copy of a
Jean-Baptiste, called Auguste Clésinger French, 1814-1883 | lot | Sotheby's
Architectural Adornments ⌖ ornate building details - decorative column details
The Captive Hercules, Carved Ivory, 8.1 x 20.7 in., 1655. The
... (1927) Majolica glazed earthenware figural sculpture entitled "Tritonen". The sculpture is modeled as a lascivious Triton and a (sea nymph) Nereid.
Pictured is a statute of Dionysus, known as Bacchus by the Romans, the god
Chimera, photo by Edarlin, Fontaine Saint-Michel, Paris
Aphrodite Braschi Glyptothek Munich 258 - Ancient Greek art - So-called Venus Braschi by Praxiteles, type of the Knidian Aphrodite, Munich Glyptothek
Venus Riding a Satyr Dirck de Quade Van Ravesteyn, 1602
4 Clodion (Claude Michel) Nymph and Satyr ...
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