Detail View: ADJUNCT MODULE C: WORLD ART: Reclining Statue, Personification of Autumn

Collection: 
ADJUNCT MODULE C: WORLD ART
Preferred Title: 
Reclining Statue, Personification of Autumn
Image View: 
Detail, draped body of Autumn surrounded by cupids harvesting grapes
Creator: 
Alessandro Massimiliano Laboureur (Italian restorer, ca. 1796-1861); unknown (Roman (ancient) sculptor)
Location: 
repository: Musei Vaticani (Rome (Vatican City), Santa Sede (Holy See), Italy) Inv. 2166
Location Note: 
Museo Pio-Clementino
GPS: 
+41.906389+12.454444
Date: 
ca. 150 CE (creation)
Cultural Context: 
Roman (ancient)
Style Period: 
Imperial (Roman)
Work Type 1: 
sculpture (visual work)
Classification: 
Sculpture and Installations
Material: 
white marble
Technique: 
carving (processes)
Relation Work: 
pendant of Reclining Statue, Personification of Winter
Subjects: 
agriculture; allegory; human figure; Four Seasons; cupids; amorini; putti; harvest
Description: 
This statue, along with a pendant statue of Winter, was found in 1804 by Robert Fagan on the Cesarini estate at Campo Jemini, near Tor Vajanica, near an ancient Roman villa. Autumn is shown as a young woman with an ornate crown of grapes surrounded by four cupids harvesting the vines. The head was added by the Neoclassical sculptor Massimiliano Laboureur. The statue can be dated to the middle of the second century CE. The base is an unrelated work. (Source: Vatican Museums (Musei Vaticani) [website]; http://www.museivaticani.va/)
Collection: 
Archivision Adjunct Module C: World Art
Identifier: 
7A3-R-VM-POA-A04
Rights: 
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