Marble Bust of an Emperor

Culture: Roman
Period: 2nd half 2nd century A.D.
Material: Marble
Dimensions: 21.5 cm x 24.5 cm
Price: Sold
Ref: 3392
Provenance: German private collection. Auctioned at Gerhard Hirsch in February 2015. From there acquired by Claus-Eberhard Schultze, Berlin, Germany. Since then in a family estate.
Condition: Fragment of beautiful quality.
Description: Decorative fragment of a bust, which possibly can be attributed to an emperor or prince from the time of Marc Aurel or Commodus. The depicted person, whose portrait was possibly already cut off in ancient times, wears a tunica and the paludamentum, the commander’s cloak, which is thrown over the left shoulder and fastened with a round fibula on the right shoulder. Mounted.