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L'ispirazione ai ritratti degli imperatori romani è evidente, nel taglio generale, nell'espressione, perfino nella pettinatura, nelle immagini ufficiali di Napoleone: questo busto (1806) è in porcellana di Sèvres ed è conservato alla villa La Malmaison, dove Napoleone visse con la moglie Joséphine

Sèvres Manufactory (France), After Antoine-Denis Chaudet (French, Bust of Napoleon I, 1806

Octavian Augustus Caesar 63 BC – 19 August 14 AD - Octavian, reformed the Republic as a Principate, with himself as Rome's "first citizen" (princeps). he is customarily called the first Roman Emperor.

Octavian Augustus Caesar 63 BC – 19 August 14 AD - Octavian, reformed the Republic as a Principate, with himself as Rome's "first citizen" (princeps). he is customarily called the first Roman Emperor.

Standing figure, broad striated strap handle rising up behind head, curving over to back of shoulders. spiraliform diadem, round central ornament, "petals" at sides of face; tress over right shoulder. White slip remains of polychrome: gold necklace and armlets. lavender, pink and white draped garments. Holes for attachments on left side, large square hole in back. Has been broken and restored; cracks visible in handle; left forearm missing; fingers on right hand missing.

Terracotta figure of goddess, Persephone or Aphrodite. Early Hellenistic Period, c.

Busto

Busto

L'Empereur par Chaudet

L'Empereur par Chaudet

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