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Lucchesi Bronze Nymph

Lucchesi Bronze Nymph 

This Luccesi nymph is titled ‘Vanishing Dream’.

Andrea Carlo Lucchesi (1860 – 1924) was an Anglo-Italian sculptor born in London, whose father, from Tuscany, was a sculptor before him. Lucchesi trained at the West London School of Art and then at the Royal Academy. He started exhibiting in 1881. Lucchesi was an exponent of the late 19th-century British New Sculpture movement, a school based on naturalism and symbolism. His work, often mysterious and provocative, featured many female nudes; he considered the female figure to be “nature’s masterpiece”.

There are four bronze nymphs by Lucchesi in the grounds of Chirk Castle. The statues were installed in the gardens by Lord and Lady Howard de Walden, who leased the castle from the Myddelton family from 1911 to 1946.

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The bound hands of 'Vanishing Dream'.

Gudrun, Nora Caracci, Erhard Bernstein, tiabunna and 6 other people have particularly liked this photo

 Daniela Brocca
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Very nice one.
5 months ago.
 Clickity Click
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How beautiful Amelia! Every great photograph conveys an emotion. These two images tug at ones heart!
5 months ago.
tiabunna club
A beautifully taken image of what looks a lovely statue.
5 months ago.
 Nora Caracci
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ripresa e luce squisite !
4 months ago.

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