|Not later than April 1838||
Vulcan, A8 in marble is begun in Thorvaldsen’s Roman workshop. The statue was later transported to Copenhagen and completed 1861.
Originally planned as a never realized decoration inside Christiansborg Palace consisting of Vulcan, and versions of Mars and Cupid, cf. A6, and Venus with the Apple, cf. A853.
|Completed 1862||Mars and Cupid, A6, carved by Brynjulf Larsen Bergslien after A7 under the supervision of H.W. Bissen.|