Alfred Pierre Agache

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AGACHE Alfred Pierre Bust Of Christ

Sotheby's /Jan 31, 2013
7,533.52 - 11,300.29
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Alfred Pierre Agache - Imperia

Alfred Pierre Agache - Imperia

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Lot number: 131
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131. Alfred-Pierre Agache (1834-1915) Imperia Lithograph 15 1/2 x 11 1/2 in (38 x 28 cm) Provenance: Associated American Artists, Philadelphia
Alfred Pierre Agache - Head Of A Girl With Rose Corsage

Alfred Pierre Agache - Head Of A Girl With Rose Corsage

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Lot number: 420
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signed and dated 1890, oil on canvas,
Alfred Pierre Agache - Bust Of Christ

Alfred Pierre Agache - Bust Of Christ

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Lot number: 402
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LOT 402 A FRENCH TERRACOTTA BUST OF CHRIST, AFTER PIERRE PAUL PUGET (1620-1694), 18TH/19TH CENTURY 18 5/8 in.; 47.3 cm.
Alfred Pierre Agache - Untitle

Alfred Pierre Agache - Untitle

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Lot number: 508
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A BRONZE FIGURE OF BACCHUS, AFTER PIERRE GARNIER FRANCE, 18TH CENTURY Depicted standing in contrapposto, holding a tazza and grapes andleaning against a tree stump on an integrally cast plinth andrectangular grey marble pedestal, dark reddish brown patina withlighter high points 14¼ in. (36.2 cm.) high; 21 in. (53.4 cm.) overall Provenance Probably acquired by Sir William FitzHerbert, 1st Bt., whilst onthe Grand Tour, circa 1768-9. Literature 'Tissington Hall. - I. Derbyshire, The Seat of Sir Hugo MeynellFitzHerbert, Bt.', Country Life, 11 March 1911, p. 345, illustratedin situ in the Drawing-Room H.A. Tipping, 'Tissington Hall', English homes Period III - Vol. IILate Tudor and Early Stuart 1558-1649, London, 1927, p. 196, fig.237
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