After François Duquesnoy (1597 – 1643), Sculpture


18th Century & Earlier

  • £680
  • €790 Euro
  • $830 US Dollar


Hoarde Vintage Member since 2020
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A lovely small sculpture of a lying angel signed ‘Fiamingo’ fecit, (called Il Fiammingo which means Flemish in Italian). The sculpture is made after the Flemish sculptor François Duquesnoy (1597 - 1643). His more idealized representations are often contrasted with the emotional character of Bernini's works, while his style shows greater affinity to Algardi's sculptures. It is a renaissance style biscuit figure of an angel which has lots of details in the skin and hair texture, good quality, holding a pitcher looking downwards.


  • H: 34cm (13.39in)
  • W: 22cm (8.66in)
  • D: 18cm (7.09in)


18th Century & Earlier

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For VINTAGERIOUS Guy Kuypers, the history of his collecting began at the Porte de Clignancourt in Paris with a Napoleon III case filled with Exotic Birds. The colorful birds piqued my imagination and became the beginning of a passion for Natural History, Ethnography, European Works of Art, Antiquities and Curiosities that drive me on all continents, looking for fascinating and rare objects. Whether they are natural or man-made, all have an interesting story to tell.

So, it is finally in this spirit that the collection, which encompasses Natural History,Tribal Art,Paintings & Sculptures and Curiosities from many cultures and periods in history finds its rationale and its roots.

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