A terminal figure of Pan

A terminal figure of Pan

Circa 1890
Stock Number: 4459/GSO
Height 304.00 cm [10 ft ]
Width 92.00 cm [3 ft ]
Depth 71.00 cm [2 ft 4 ins]
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A terminal figure of Pan piping to a trio of bronzes depicting young fauns and a young satyr.
By lady Feodora Von Gleichen. 1861 - 1922

Lady Feodora was the daughter of Prince Victor Hohenlohe-Langenburg and sister of Lady Helen Gleichen. She studied at the Slade School of Art, London under Legros and exhibited at the Royal Academy from 1892. She was a prolific sculptress and was one of the foremost female sculptors of her day. The Gleichen Award of the Royal Academy is named after her. This ornament is illustrated in the original "Garden Ornament" by Gertrude Jekyll, published in 1918.