Bas-relief of high quality made in reconstituted marble (marble dust and cronolite). Patina of aging with natural earth. Reproduction is inspired in ancient models from museums.
Relief mounted on a wood frame.
The measures includes the frame.
Relief inspired by a work of (Thorvaldsen), the triumphal entry of the great Babylon, 1822.
Bertel Thorvaldsen, 1770-1884 Copenhagen, was a prominent representative of the neoclassical period in sculpture. He is often compared to Antonio Canova, but in fact it embodies the style of classical Greek art than the Italian artist.
Much of the work of Thorvaldsen is imbued with Classicist sensibility, with allegorical reliefs and sculptures of classical themes, (reliefs, statues, and busts) were mainly taken from Greek mythology, but also he created portraits of important personalities, historical figures and memorials.