Parian Figure ~ Clytie

England
Circa 1870

In mythology, Clytie was a sea nymph, the daughter of Oceanus, who was changed into the plant heliotropium for her unrequited love of Helios, the sun-god. The original Greco Roman marble sculpture is in the Townley collection at the British Museum. It was reputed to have been Charles Townley’s favorite sculpture.

Porcelain
Height: 22½”
P1009


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