AFTER PRINCE PAUL TROUBETZKOY (RUSSIAN/ITALIAN, 1866-1938) EQUESTRIAN BRONZE 'AMAZONE'
EARLY 20TH CENTURY
Depicting Miss Adah Nathan Berra riding her horse Cinderella, signed and dated 1896 to cast, on variegated green marble plinth base
48.5cm high overall, base 38 by 16.5cm
Paul (Paulo) Troubetzkoy was born in 1866 at Intra, a town on the shore of Lake Maggiore in northwest Italy The son of a Russian prince and an American opera singer- he studied initially with Ernesto Bazzaro in Milan. With the advantages of birth and title- Troubetzkoy travelled across Europe and later America creating portraits of the foremost figures of the day: artists, socialites, aristocrats and industrialists. This rare work was one of his first equestrian portraits.
Wear, marks, knocks and scratches as per age, handling, use but generally in good condition- minor repair to left hand rein at junction with head- otherwise only mild wear to raised areas with paler patina and small wear to base
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