Bathing Venus – Marble Statue

Venus at the bath, after Christophe-Gabriel Allegrain, 1767.

The original marble sculpture was also know as Allegrains Venus.

Also known as Bather, the original marble was Commissioned in 1756 and completed in 1767.

The concept was loosely derived from a work by Giambologna.

It was highly praised when it was shown at the 1767 Salon, and Louis XV offered it to his mistress, Madame Du Barry, who placed it in the park of her home, the Chateau de Louveciennes, France.

Height 47cm. Weight 6kg.

Larger images are available on request.

The stated price includes delivery to you within 14 working days.

As with all our marble works, the quality is so very high we are confident in saying that if you are not thrilled with your purchase you will receive a complete refund without quibble. That is our promise to you. What you will see and touch is no different to marble works in stately homes around the country. Indeed, that is where many of our marble works are housed and on display.