Botanical Garden Sculptures in Palermo, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Accenting Carlos Thays Botanical Garden are about 30 sculptures. Most are reproductions of famous art. This charismatic piece titled Canto de la Cosechadora (Song of the Harvester) portrays a maiden carrying an autumn crop. The marble original is attributed to Antonio Canova (1757 – 1822), an anclaimed Neoclassical sculptor from Venice. Other works you will recognize in Jardín Botánico are Venus de Medici and the Capitoline Wolf showing Romulus and Remus being nursed by a shewolf.


Av. Santa Fe 3951, C1425 EYD, Buenos Aires, Argentina


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