Relief of “Antinous and Cupid”. Venice, First half 16th Century.

Attributed to Antonio Lombardo (1458-1516). White marble and Siena's yellow marble. Measurements: 30 x 24, 5 cm.


Provenance: Alexis de Redé, Baron of Redé Collection (Furniture and Works of art from the Hôtel Lambert). Sold at Sotheby's – Paris, March 2005.

Literature: “An Ideal Portrait Sculpture in Renaissance Venice, 1490-1530”. Cambridge 1995. P. 224, fig.34.