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Hebe, acquired 1952 inv. 2135, J.-F.-J. Saly (1717-1776), 1753. Marble, Victoria & Albert Museum, London. The Royal Cast Collection (Copenhagen, Denmark). Made with Memento Beta (now ReMake) from AutoDesk. (size: about 0.80 m heigh)
Original work of 182 cm high, in marble, by the French sculptor Jacques François Joseph Sally (1717-1776). Works of this type found in many museums (including the Victoria & Albert Museum in London and the Royal Cast Collection in Copenhagen) are in fact reproductions (of varying sizes and materials) of an original commissioned to Sally by Madame de Pompadour, mistress of Louis XV, for the castle of Bellevue (built in 1750 and offered by the king to her mistress). In Greek mythology, Hebe, daughter of Zeus and Hera, is a goddess personifying youth, vitality and vigor of young people. (cfr. Pattarrian)
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