Cesare Lapini (Italian,1848-1893) Century),"Iris", signed, alabaster
Dimensions: 12in high
Dorothea Greenbaum (American, 1893-1986) "Nude Torso", signed, cast stone
Dimensions: 18in high
John Graham Lough (English 1798-1876), "Shakespeare's Puck",signed, marble
Dimensions: 48in high
After Johann Heinrich von Dannecker ( German 1758-1841) A superb and monumental  Italian circa 1890 hand carved white marble group of Ariadne and the panther. Ariadne naked with a vine wreath in her hair, looking ahead and lying across the back of a panther, her elbow resting on its head and holding drapery in her hand, on a stepped  rectangular marble base
Dimensions: Total height 22 inches  by length 25 inches by width 10&1/2 inches
H.W.Janson,/ Nineteenth Century Sculpture,/ Thames and Hudson, 1985, pp. 62-3.
The present sculpture is after the celebrated work by Johann Heinrich von Dannecker (d.1841) in the State Sculpture Gallery, Frankfurt. Ariadne, daughter of the king of King Minos of Crete, having helped Theseus, whom she loved, to escape from the Labyrinth was in return abandoned by him on the island of Naxos. Bacchus rescued her, consoled her and they soon were married. The vine wreaths in Ariadne's hair allude to her union with Bacchus the God of wine, as does the panther which is often depicted drawing Bacchus's Triumphal chariot. Ariadne's Heavenward gaze may also relate to the constellation that Bacchus created when he threw her jeweled crown to the Heavens.
Aldo Bartelletty, ( French / Italian 1898-1976) . Unique Carrara  marble bust  of Ludwig Van Beethoven Signed and dated.1944. Exhibitor at the Salon des Independants and the Societe des Artistes Francais from 1920onwards. Honorable mention in 1924 and 1941.
Dimensions: Total height 11&3/4 inches. Width of marble  8&1/4 inches. Height of marble base 3&1/2 inches

Lajos Schvarcsuk (Hungarian early 20 th century) Marble bust of Christ  signed and dated and dated 1933 Pesterzsebet
Dimensions: Total height 13 inches. Height of base alone 4&3/4 inches
Laszlo Schmidmann (Hungarian 1888- 1964) Marble study of female nude signed and dated 1922
Dimensions: Total height 23 inches

Adolf Jahn (German 1858-1925) "Shylock" The central character in Shakespeare's The Merchant of Venice who famously demanded a pound of flesh from the title character, Antonio. Hand carved alabaster and signed A.Jahn circa 1900.
Dimensions: Total height 21&1/2 inches.
Cyril Zatloukal (Czech 1894-? Circa 1930 social realist carved stone sculpture on marble base signed.
Dimensions: Total height 21&1/2 inches. Height of base alone 2&1/2 inches.
Alfredo Pina ( Italian 1883 - 1966 ) "Adam " signed  Alfredo Pina, Carrara Marble Circa 1910
Dimensions: height 25inches, length 24 inches, width 16 inches
Leonard Craske (American 1882 -1950) "The Joy of Life " Marble signed and dated 1929 ( Exhibited at the California Legion of Honor Lincoln Park San Francisco April 27th, 1929, exhibition # 1325)
Dimensions: height 26 inches by 18 inches wide by 15 inches deep
Istvan Halmagyi (Hungarian 1920's) "Bather" signed and dated 1926 marble sculpture.
Dimensions: Height 14 inches by 13 inches in length by 8&1/2 inches in width
Janos Sovary (Hungarian 1895-1966) "Contemplation" signed marble sculpture circa 1930
Dimensions: Length 22 inches by 15&1/2 inches in length by 7 inches in width.
G. Herrmann (German, early 20th century), signed and dated 1919, marble
Dimensions: 23 inches high
Mario Korbel (Czech/American,1882-1954) "Hilda Beyer"(His wife,the modern dancer) circa 1917, signed, in Carrara marble
Dimensions: 18&1/2 inches high by 9 inches wide
Charles Rochet (French 1819-1900) "Raphael Enfant" ( Raphael as a child) . A unique Carrara marble sculpture signed and inscribed "Raphael Enfant" dated 1880
In the courtyard of Notre Dame is a statue of Charles the Great, aka Charlemagne. The inscription reads "Charlemagne et Ses Leydes", which in classical roman lettering is "Charlemagne et Ses Leudes", or Charlemagne and his servants. The statue was created in 1886 by both Louis and Charles Rochet (Both brothers worked on the Charlemagne sculpture.)
Dimensions: 24 & 1/2 inches high

(Italian circa 1900) Alabaster, unsigned " Mignon"
Dimensions: 11 inches high, by 12 inches long
Guglielmo Pugi ( Italian 1890's) Alabaster bust, signed
Dimensions: 12 inches high and 12& 1/2 inches long
Adolfo Cipriani ( Italian, circa 1890)"Mona Lisa", carved alabaster
Dimensions: 15in high, 13&3/4in long
Adolfo Cipriani ( Italian circa 1880 ) A large Italian carved alabaster figure of an  orientalist bedlah-style half-nude exotic harem beauty, reclining on a chaise longe, her scantily fitting costume adorned with hanging coins - on rectangular plinth signed A Cipriani.
Dimensions: height 19& 1/2inches by 18 1/2inches in length
Hugo Robus (American,1885-1964)"Maternity", unique carved pentelic marble 1936, illustrated page 185 of "Hugo Robus" by Roberta K.Tarbell
Dimensions: 14&1/2 inches long by 14 inches high by 10 inches wide
Phillipe Poitevin ( French, 1831-1907), signed, Carrara marble
Dimensions: 22inches high by 17 inches wide by 1& 1/8 inches thick
Dante Zoi (Italian, circa 1900) carrara marble, signed
Dimensions: 20 inches high

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