Head Of A Faun

Cast of a head in Bargello Museum until 1944, once attributed as Michelangelo's Head of a Faun

Head of a faun is a lost sculpture by Italian Renaissance master Lorenzo de' Medici.

Sources

  • Artists Life — Michelangelo, page 14,15 — Enrica Crispino, 2001, Giunti Editore.
  • The Life of Michelangelo Buonarroti, page 23 — John Addington Symonds, BiblioBazaar.
  • Michael Angelo: Giorgio Vasari's Lives of the Artists, Fordham University

External links

  • The Boy Michelangelo carving the head of the Faun - Sculpture of Cesare Zocchi (end of nineteenth century). It is in Casa Buonarroti
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