Sunday 4 December 2016

Bust of Cicero in The Long Room Trinity College Library, Dublin.

A Marble Bust Representing Cicero
in The Long Room, Trinity College Library,
Peter Scheemakers.
signed P.S. Ft.

Photographed by the Author, 6 October 2016

Bust statue of Julius Caesar (wrongly titled Cicero) with short hair, wearing a fringed scarf, bust on a pedestal, almost seen in profile to right; from a set of twelve plates showing antique busts after drawings by Rubens.  1638 Engraving

After a drawing by Rubens
Bust of Julius Caesar wrongly believed to represent Cicero.
From Rubens Antiquities Collection
engraving by Jan Witdoeck
339 x 232 mm
from the series Twelve Famous Greek and Roman Men.
British Museum.

Head and shoulders from a sculpted bust, directed to left, wearing a fringed toga with a circular clasp at the right shoulder.  Mezzotint

After Rubens
Anon Mezzotint.
202 x 150 mm.
c1670 - 1730?
British Museum.

Bronze bust of 'Cicero'
Massimiliano Soldani Benzi (1656 - 1740).
after the ancient Ufizzi bust. (see below).
From a series of twelve heads made for the Liechtenstein princely palaces.
Height 60 cms.
Liechtenstein Museum Vienna

Cicero. Marble. 1st century BCE. Florence, Gallery of Uffizi

Cicero. Marble. 1st century BCE. Florence, Gallery of Uffizi

Marble Bust of 'Cicero'
Ufizzi Gallery,

Philip Dormer Stanhope, Lord Chesterfield with his bust of 'Cicero'
after William Hoare
John Brookes
496 x 348 mm.

© National Portrait Gallery, London


Lead Bust of Cicero probably by John Cheere
at Heywood - Garden designed by Lutyens
Photograph from Country Life 1917

see my post -

Plaster bust
National Trust.
Probably by John Cheere or a cast from a model by him.





Two Wedgwood Busts
Cicero and Seneca 1790.
48 cms and 46.9 cms.

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For the Wedgwood busts see -
The Wedgwood Handbook: A Manual for Collectors. Treating of the Marks ...

By Eliza Meteyard, 1875 - available on Google books

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