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Bacchus. Sculpture/figure. van Tetrode, Willem Danielsz, sculptor (b. Delft 1525; d. Arnsberg 1580, Rome, possibly). Bacchus stands with his left leg placed in front of the right. His left arm is raised and holds a bunch of grapes. His head is bent and turned to the left as he gazes down at his right hand, which once seems to have held a cup. His hair is entwined with vines. Copper alloy, probably bronze, cast, and polished, height, whole, 50.5 cm, width, whole, 15.5 cm, depth, whole, 17.0 cm, circa 1570-1575. Renaissance. Production Note: Previously attributed by Anthony Radcliffe to Hubert Gerhard. The bronze has been attributed to Tetrode working in Rome or in Delft after his return there.