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Ajax Bust Sculpture. 57cm

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Ajax Bust Sculpture, high-quality reproduction made in molded marble (marble powder bonded with resins). Finely polished statue, the aging finish is achieved with the application of patinas based on natural earths that give it the texture and appearance of a sculpture embellished by the passage of time.

  • Total measurements: Width: 21.5 cm. Depth: 15 cm. Height: 57 cm.
  • Base measurements: Width: 16.7 cm. Depth: 16.7 cm. Height: 23.5 cm.
  • Weight: 12 kg.

Reproductions of sculptures inspired by original pieces from museums. Classical art. Ideal for interior decoration (living rooms, lobbies, libraries, and offices) and exteriors, terraces, and gardens, weather-resistant.

Ajax Bust Sculpture. The original is a marble work by Bernini, currently part of the Vatican collection. The sculptor Gian Lorenzo Bernini (1598-1680), the author of the original work, was one of the main representatives of the Baroque in Italy. Among his most famous works in sculpture, we can highlight “Apollo and Daphne” and “The Ecstasy of Saint Teresa,” and the St. Peter’s Square in the Vatican in architecture.

The sculpture we reproduce represents Ajax, one of the main heroes of the Trojan War, narrated in Homer’s Iliad. Composed in the 8th century BC, this epic poem recounts the events of the Trojan War, focusing on the events of the tenth and final year of the war. Through its 24 chants, Homer offers a detailed portrait of war, glory, honor, and human tragedy. Chant I begins with the poet narrating the anger of the Greek hero Achilles, who withdraws from combat, a decision that will bring devastating consequences for the Achaean army.

One of the characters that appear in the Iliad is Ajax the Great, son of Telamon, depicted as one of the bravest and most formidable warriors of the Achaean army. Thanks to his great stature and skill in combat, he was able to confront the fiercest Trojan warriors. Throughout the Iliad, Ajax is portrayed as a pillar of resistance and loyalty, playing a crucial role in the most decisive confrontations of the war.


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