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Head of 'The Dying Alexander'
Italian, Florentine (?)

A 17th- or 18th-century copy after the famous antique marble head in the Uffizi, Florence.

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Artist Italian, Florentine (?)
Full title Head of 'The Dying Alexander'
Date made 17th-18th century
Medium and support Imperial Egyptian porphyry on other
Dimensions 81 × 37 × 37 cm
Acquisition credit Presented by Henry Yates Thompson, 1894
Inventory number NG2241
Location in Gallery Not on display
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