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Griselda Sculpture Bronze
Inspired by Alfred Drury's "Griselda".
It is titled Griselda after the herione of Decameron (1358), which is a story of faithful love by italian author Boccaccio
Sculpture is made from cold cast bronze or white china resin which produces the ivory colour
it is 10 inches in height
Alfred Drury made three different versions of Griselda
The original sculpture is currently on display in Kelvingrove as part of the museums The New Sculpture collection containing over 100 pieces.
The collection which dates from 1875 upto 1920 icludes figure sculptures, statuettes, portraits and reliefs in bronze, marble and plaster.