Reproduction of an Agrippa Sculpture. Bust made of molded marble (marble powder bonded with resins). Aging patinas are applied with natural earth.
High-quality reproduction of classical art, ideal for decoration or as a gift. Suitable for outdoor decoration.
Measurements: Height: 70 cm. Width: 32 cm. Depth: 23 cm.
Approximate weight: 19 kg.
Reproduction based on a statue from the Louvre Museum. The inscriptions inform us that several statues were erected in honor of Agrippa. The great bronze statue erected in the Pantheon of Rome (around 25 B.C.) may have been the inspiration for this portrait.
Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa was a general and politician in Ancient Rome. A close friend and collaborator of Octavius Augustus, he was a significant general and responsible for many of Octavius’s military successes, including the naval victory at the Battle of Actium, where he defeated the combined forces of Marcus Antonius and Cleopatra VII of Egypt.
The decoration with sculptures representing great figures of classical antiquity transcends mere ornamentation, transforming the environment into a space that pays homage to the legacy of Greek and Roman history.
The decoration of our home acquires its own personality and expression when we incorporate reproductions that express the beauty of art. Figures from classical antiquity, such as this Agrippa sculpture, allow us to give a touch of originality and elegance to our favourite corners of the home. In the living room, these figures can become centrepieces that attract attention and stimulate conversation, while in the library, garden or office, they create a relaxing and inspiring atmosphere.
Decorating with reproductions inspired by the art of Antiquity, the Renaissance or Neoclassicism, embellishes the space and evokes the cultural grandeur of past eras and civilisations that have left a lasting legacy in history. Art not only serves to bring beauty to our home, but also enriches the soul with its beauty and meaning.