Bust of Cicero – 53 cm., reproduction of a sculpture made of cast marble, finished in bronze.
Not suitable for outdoor decoration.
Size: Width: 35cm; Depth: 26cm; Height: 52cm; Base: 19x19cm
Approx. weight: 13 kg.
Bust of Cicero – 53 cm. Reproductions of sculptures inspired by classical and contemporary art.
Marcus Tullius Cicero (106 BC – 43 BC) was a Roman jurist, politician, philosopher, writer, and orator. He is considered one of the greatest prose rhetoricians in Latin during the Roman Republic.
Respected in his time for his eloquence and influence on Roman Republic politics, Cicero has become a symbol of ancient Roman values. His speeches and writings, such as the “Catilinarias” and the “Filípicas,” have endured over the centuries and continue to be classic examples of oratory. Cicero advocated for the supremacy of law and the republic in the turbulent times preceding the empire, and his political and philosophical ideas are still studied and debated today, demonstrating his legacy and the impact he has had on the history of philosophy and politics.
Decorating interiors with reproductions of sculptures of figures from classical antiquity, like this bust of Cicero, is an elegant and timeless way to add a touch of sophistication to our home spaces. With these busts representing historical and mythological figures, we evoke and bring the greatness of ancient Greece and Rome into our modern days. Placed on shelves, mantels, or pedestals in a living room or library, art reproductions like this can inspire us and make us feel a special connection to history. Furthermore, their presence can serve as a focal point in a room, adding an artistic and cultural touch to home decor and creating a unique and evocative atmosphere.
Decorating with works of art not only serves to enrich the space in our home, but also enriches the soul with its beauty and meaning.
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