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Musée du Louvre, Paris, France
Artist/Maker Copy of Lysippos
Description Portrait of Aristoteles. Pentelic marble, copy of the Imperial Period (1st or 2nd century) of a lost bronze sculpture made by Lysippos.
Dimensions H. 32 cm (12 ½ in.)
Credit line Della Porta Collection then Borghese Collection; purchased in 1807
Accession number Ma 80 bis
Location Department of Greek, Roman and Etruscan Antiquities, Sully, ground floor, room 17
Photographer/source Eric Gaba ( User:Sting), July 2005.

Français : Portrait d'Aristote. Marbre du Pentélique, copie romaine de période impériale (Ier ou IIe siècle ap. J.-C.) d'un bronze perdu réalisé par Lysippe.


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