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Antonio Canova (Italian, 1757–1822)
Psyché ranimée par le baiser de l'Amour (Psyche revived by the kiss of Love). Marble, 1793.
Dimensions H. 1.55 m (5 ft. 1 in.), W. 1.68 m (5 ft. 6 in.), D. 1.01 m (3 ft. 3 ¾ in.)
institution QS:P195,Q19675
Current location
Department of Sculptures, Denon, ground floor, room 4 WEST
Accession number
MR 1777
Credit line Commissioned by Colonel John Campbell, 1787; purchased by Joachim Murat, 1801
Source/Photographer Mak Thorpe (1997)

Photo notes:

Français : Psyché ranimée par le baiser de l'Amour, détail. Marbre, 1793.


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current02:04, 13 February 2006Thumbnail for version as of 02:04, 13 February 2006864 × 1,152 (91 KB)MakthorpeSculptor: Antonio Canova Title: Psyche Revived By Cupids Kiss Notes: Commissioned 1793 by Scottish aristocrat John Campbell in 1787. Completed in 1793. Now housed in the Louvre, Paris. Photo notes: Detail of arm framing. Photographer: Mak Thorpe, taken

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