Alexander the Great bust, sculpture made of molded marble (marble powder bonded with resins). Aging finish with the application of patinas based on natural earth.
Measurements: Height: 62 cm. Width: 36 cm. Depth: 20 cm.
Approximate weight: 15 kg.
High-quality reproduction of classical art, ideal for decoration or as a gift.
Alexander the Great (356 BC – 323 BC) was appointed king of Macedonia in 336 BC, succeeding his father. The son of Philip II of Macedonia and Olympias of Epirus, Alexander was groomed by his parents to reign, receiving a meticulous education under the philosopher Aristotle. Alexander spent the early years of his reign asserting his authority over the peoples subjected to Macedonia, who had rebelled following the death of Philip. After stabilizing control over Greece, he swiftly led his army against the powerful and extensive Persian Empire, expanding his empire to the borders of India.
Reproductions of statues representing characters from ancient Greece or Rome, such as this Alexander the Great bust, provide an opportunity to add a touch of nobility and elegance to our home decor. This piece, capturing the grace of ancient Greek art, becomes a focal point capable of drawing attention. Placing figures like this statue in prominent areas such as the living room, library, or office transforms our home spaces into unique environments, where art becomes a source of inspiration in our daily work, contributing history and culture to our work and leisure spaces.
The versatility of these reproductions allows them to easily integrate into a wide variety of decorative styles, combining classical art with modern-style decoration. Placing these pieces in key spaces, such as hallways or foyers, enables us to create a visual narrative that connects the present with the artistic greatness of the past, turning our home into a small museum that pays homage to the rich cultural heritage that remains a timeless source of inspiration.