Two Putti with Flowers

LL 126


This sculpture, along with LL 125, shows putti. Putti are chubby, toddler-like figures, especially a cherub or a cupid in Renaissance art.. The term putti comes from the Latin word 'putus' meaning boy. The putti are shown holding flowers. One is seated holding a single flower, the other is standing holding a column of flowers in both hands. The putti in LL 125 are playing with a lion.