Fine qualitative carrara white marble figure of a seating nude with amphora was executed on the turn of 20th century by listed and high quoted Italian sculptor Guglielmo Pugi (1850 - 1915). He worked in Italy (Fiesole) and Paris, was popular with his marble nude figures and female busts. Literature: ADEC index; Panzetta 1994; Artnet on-line date base.
Inscription: signed on the back of stone.
Technique: carrara marble: figure from white marble, base - from white marble with gray streaks.
Measurements: h 16 1/2 " x w 9 " x d. 6 1/8 " (42 x 23 x 15.5 cm).
Condition: in very good condition.