Marble bas relief with three draped figures holding garlands, offering a sacrifice by a temple; formerly in the Villa Borghese, now in the Louvre, Paris (Inv. MR 822)
- Height: 309 millimetres
- Width: 497 millimetres
Inscription ContentAnnotated in graphite: "Les Danseurs Borghese / PO401A".
This drawing was collected on the Groud Tour by Sir Roger Newdigate.
For Campiglia see H. Macandrew, 'Master Drawings' 16.2 (1978), pp. 131- 50
For Newdigate see M. McCarthy, 'Apollo', (September 1991), pp.159-68
See also: Clarac, 'Musée de sculpture antique et moderne', Tome II, 258, no. 21, pl. 163
1991 (four drawings by Campiglia (2011,5012.77 and 78, 2013,5008.1 and 2))
These drawings appeared at an earlier Christie's sale, 6 July 1987, lot 211
Greek & Roman Antiquities
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Object reference number: GAA89486
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