A BRONZE GRAND TOUR GROUP OF A SLEEPING NYMPH AND SATYR AFTER GIAMBOLOGNA (FLEMISH 1529-1608), 19TH CENTURY the sleeping maiden being rudely awaken by a lecherous faun 20.2cm high, 30.5cm wide Catalogue Note The composition of the Sleeping Nymph with Satyr is believed to have been first recorded on the 7th April 1584, when Grand Duke Francesco I de Medici gifted his brother, Cardinal Ferdinando de Medici, 'una nuda in atto di dormire'. Giambologna based his reclining nymph on the famous Hellenistic marble of Ariadne in the Vatican.


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