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Ferdinando Vichi ~ Masquerade, c.1900 | La Belle Époque

Italian Sculptor Ferdinando Vichi (1875-1945) was one of the talented band of Tuscan sculptors associated with the Bazzanti gallery in Florence. His work in marble and alabaster demonstrates his high technical ability.
A Very Fine and Sensual Italian 19th/20th Century Belle Époque Carved White Carrara Marble Figure of "A Night at The Masquerade", depicting a young maiden in her masquerade costume, holding a mask and sitting on top of a table, her legs crossed. By Ferdinando Vichi, Florence. Signed: F. Vichi, Florence. Circa: 1900