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Lot 3284
Roman marble of a standing woman, Roman Imperial Period (c. 100 A.D.), carved marble figure of a woman dressed in a draped peplos, old gallery label verso, 10"h x 6"w x 4"d

Provenance: From the Collection of Eugene V. and Clare E. Thaw; Mathias Komor Gallery, New York

Notes/Literature: Art dealer, connoisseur, and philanthropist Eugene Victor Thaw (1927-2018) was widely considered to be among the world's greatest collectors of European master drawings, French Post-Impressionism, Cubism, and an early advocate of the American Abstract Expressionists. One of the most respected art dealers of his day, he is credited with placing hundreds of major works into museums around the world, and was the founding member and past president of the Art Dealers Association of America.

Condition

Good, loss of right arm, other chips and loss, general weathering consistent with age and material, surface soiling

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Roman marble of a standing woman

Estimate $12,000 - $18,000Nov 17, 2018