Giambologna’s "The Rape of the Sabine Woman" Bronze by Amilcare Santini (1910 – 1975)

Amilcare Santini (Italy, 20th Century)

Giambologna’s "The Rape of the Sabine Woman" Bronze by Amilcare Santini (1910 – 1975)


This is a lovely and substantial bronze (19" tall & approx. 25 lbs.) by Amilcare Santini (1910 – 1975) and offers incredible detail to the story of the abduction of Sabine women by the first generation of Roman men during the Renaissance. This piece is mounted onto a marble base and is just a magnificent piece from the Mid-Century period. The base has been professionally repaired and completely maintains its structural & artistic integrity.

WIDTH: in | HEIGHT: 19 in | DEPTH: in

Origin Italy
Category Sculptures
Period 20th Century
Style Unspecified
ConditionVery good

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"Giambologna, born as Jean Boulogne (1529 - 1608) was a sculptor, known for his marble and bronze statuary in a late Renaissance or Mannerist style; the Rape of the Sabine Women was originally chronicled by Giambologna to memorialize the legendary history of Rome in which the first generation of Roman men acquired wives (by “abduction” synonymous with “rape” during that period) for themselves from the neighboring Sabine families. It was Amilcare Santini’s life work to reproduce these now infamous bronzes for us to enjoy in our homes! Mr. Santini originally worked in solely bronze and then later in his life worked in resin and composites and thus this piece appears to be done around 1950-60. "