Hebe and Ganymede, 1851: Bonded Marble Resin Statue
by Thomas Crawford (1813-1857)
Who can be trusted to taste the cup? Hebe, cupbearer to the gods, relinquishes her office to her successor, the shepherd Ganymede. American sculptor Crawford was called the most modern and the most Greek of sculptors. His work has been cast in bonded marble resin to highlight details from the long slender arms of the figurines to the all-important drinking vessel.
7"Wx4½"Dx12"H. 5 lbs.
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