In utter abandon, the pair of young lovers, a fawn and a bacchante, dance into the night, body pressed close to body and head to head. She unloosens her panther skin as even it hinders her too much, and he, in the exuberance of joy, holds high above his head a jug brimfull with the most delicious wine. So the revelry goes on.
(Reprinted from the 1926 Catalogue of the Miniature Sculptures of Louis Rosenthal as displayed at the Gallery of P. Jackson Higgs, 11 East 54th Street, New York)
Height: 1 1/2" (just under one and a half inches, not including base). Bronze.
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