Young Bacchus

Workshop of Pietro da Barga, Italian, active 1574 - 1588


about 1580


Overall: 11 7/8 × 4 3/16 × 3 11/16 in. (30.2 × 10.7 × 9.3 cm)

Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth: Roger Arvid Anderson Collection; acquired through a gift from Evelyn A. and William B. Jaffe, Class of 1964H, by exchange



Place Made: Italy, Europe



Object Name


Research Area


Not on view

Course History

HIST 43.02, European Intellectual and Cultural History 1400-1800, Darrin McMahon, Fall 2019

Exhibition History

European Bronzes from the Collection of Roger Arvid Anderson, Class of 1968, Gene Y. Kim, Class of 1985, Gallery, Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire, January 19, 1996-June 22, 1997, no. 33.

Publication History

Roger Arvid Anderson, The Roger Arvid Anderson Collection, Medals, Medallions, Plaquettes and Small Reliefs, Paintings, Sculpture, Works on Paper and Textiles, San Francisco: Roger Arvid Anderson (published privately), design by David L. Wilson, 2015, p. 270.

Leo Planiscig, Collezione Camillo Castiglioni, Catalogo dei Bronzi, Vienna, no. 71, 1923.

Leo Planiscig, Die ronzeplastiken, Statuietten, Reliefs, Gerate und Plaketten, Kunsthistoriesches Museum in Wien, 1924, abb. 242, h. 23.7 cm (once in the Guido von Rho Collection, cat. Braun XVb.)

R. Varese, Placchette e bronzi nelle Civiche Collezioni, Ferrara, 1974-75, no. 148.

Natur und Antike in der Renaissance, Liebighaus, Frankfurt, exhibition catalogue, 1986, no. 135, pp. 437-38, h. 24.5 cm with wooden socle.

Trinity Fine Art, Old Master Drawings and European Works of Art, at Newhouse Galleries, New York, 1994, no. 48, h. 21.5 cm. partial gilt.


Camillo Castiglioni (1879-1957) Collection, VIenna, no 71; possibly with Trinity Fine Art, Old Master Drawings and European Works of Art, at Newhouse Galleries, New York, New York, no. 48, 1994; Roger Arvid Anderson, San Francisco, about 1995; lent to present collection,1995; sold to present collection, 2016.

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