Roman Terracotta Campana Relief of a Satyr

 

Roman Terracotta Campana Relief of a Satyr

A Roman terracotta Campana relief plaque depicting a nude satyr with a cloak clasped around his neck and fluttering behind his back, he kneels on his right knee, bending forward to pick figs and drop them into a basket before of him.

Ca. 1st century AD.
Width: 8 5/8 in. (21.9 cm).

cf.: for a similar relief depicting two satyrs symmetrically placed either side of a grape vine, J. S. Ostergaard, Catalogue: Imperial Rome, Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, (Copenhagen, 1996), p. 286, no. 187.

Formerly in a Swiss private collection; subsequently in a North Carolina private collection.

Inv#: 8478

$15,000

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