Large late 19thc bronze of 'The Dying Gaul'
A large late 19th century Grand Tour bronze figure of 'The Dying Gaul' supported on an original Breccia rossa marble oval base, after the antique, possibly Italian - ADDITIONAL IMAGES CAN BE VIEWED BELOW:
The Dying Gaul or Dying Gladiator is depicted in his final moments next to his shield and sword, his face in pain with a fatal wound to his chest.
The original marble figure which is found in the Capitoline Museum in Rome is a Roman copy of a Greek sculpture thought to have been in bronze.
This bronze is in very good original condition and can go straight into a home or collection.