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Bronze Figure of a Grieving Youth, early XVI 3D Model
Photogrammetry scan for Tomasso Brothers Fine Arts (https://www.tomassobrothers.co.uk) . The newly-discovered Renaissance bronze Figure of a Grieving Youth, is North-Italian and almost certainly Venetian and represents a standing young man whose left arm is raised theatrically, with a dark reddish brown patina of exquisite colour which remains in wonderful condition. The composition was inspired by an ancient Roman marble (after a Hellenistic original) known as Dead Niobid, now in Munich’s Glyptothek, and which is first mentioned in records around the year 1500.
The present bronze is an important testimony of the artistic sensibility of early sixteenth century Italian Renaissance. Rooted in the humanist approach to the rediscovery of antiquity, the figure compositionally reinvents its ancient model, combining gesture and power of expression to create an arresting portrait of human emotion.