JEAN-JACQUES FEUCHÈRE 19TH CENTURY SATAN FIGURE
"Satan" by Jean-Jacques Feuchère, part of the Maxfield Private Collection, is a notable sculpture. Feuchère's portrayal of Satan depicts a fallen angel who has been expelled from heaven, with his wings wrapped around him. This interpretation appears to be influenced by Dürer's "Melancholy" from around 1514. The sculpture dates back to 1833 and is made of bronze, and demonstrates the emphasis of feeling and fantasy that was central to the nineteenth-century Romantic movement.
Dimensions: 9” x 4”
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