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Hendrik Frans Verbrugghen: Baroque Angel

Made of cast resin
Finish: Hand-patinated to reflect the original finish.
Dimensions: 13''H x 6''W x 7''D including base.
Item No. S169
Period: 17th Century Art
This Item is an Identical Museum Reproduction


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The drama and feeling that characterize the Baroque style are epitomized in a carved-oak angel with cascading curls, clasped hands, and an intense upward gaze. Created by Hendrik Frans Verbrugghen (Flemish, 1655-1724), this wonderfully expressive sculpture from the Museum’s collection was laser scanned to make our graceful reproduction. In the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, the Verbrugghen family included a number of sculptors. Hendrik Frans Verbrugghen (Flemish, 1655-1724) apprenticed under his father, Pieter Verbrugghen the Elder (Flemish, 1615-1686), and became one of the masters of late Baroque church pieces. Hendrik Frans’s works include the pulpit of the Saint Peter Church in Mechelen, the high altar of Saint Baafs in Ghent, and the communion pew of the Antwerp Cathedral.

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