The bridge of the nose and part of the top of the cap have been restored in plaster. There is an iron dowel in the neck. The surfaces, particularly the locks and lower lip, also the cap and chin, are somewhat chipped and worn.
By 1900: with E. P. Warren (according to Warren's records: Rome); purchased by MFA from E. P. Warren, February 1900
Henry Lillie Pierce Fund
Sculpture in Stone (MFA), no. 173; Sculpture in Stone and Bronze (MFA), p. 111 (additional published references).
Height x length (of face) 15.5 x 7.3 cm (6 1/8 x 2 7/8 in.)
Medium or Technique
Marble, Greek, probably from the mainland