Bust of Varinia, a high-quality reproduction crafted in molded alabaster with oil polychromy and aged patina, inspired by universal art.
Sculpture dimensions: 76 cm.
Reproductions of sculptures inspired by classical art. Handcrafted in Spain. Decoration and gift ideas. Elements of singular beauty for interior decoration (living rooms, foyers, libraries, offices).
This bust of Varinia is a modern recreation of classical style based on Roman art models. It depicts the face of a young woman, inspired by the figure of Varinia, the wife of the legendary Spartacus. History tells us that Spartacus was born in Thrace, Greece, and sold as a slave to Batiatus, the owner of a gladiator school. In 73 B.C., Spartacus escaped from the school with 70 companions, including his beloved Varinia, and took refuge in the crater of Mount Vesuvius. Instead of fleeing Italy, Spartacus confronted Rome, assembling an army of eighty thousand rebels, mostly slaves and deserters, challenging the Roman army until his defeat in Apulia against the legions of Lucullus, Crassus, and Pompey.
Interior decoration with reproductions of large classical sculptures representing characters from classical antiquity, such as this Varinia statue, is an elegant and timeless way to add a touch of sophistication to our home spaces. These sculptures of historical and mythological figures evoke and bring to our days the greatness of ancient Greece and Rome. Through them, we express our personality, tastes and interests and our aesthetic preferences.
Placed on shelves, mantels, or pedestals, in a living room or library, art reproductions like this bust can inspire us and create a special connection with history. Moreover, their presence can serve as a focal point in a room, adding an artistic and cultural touch to home decor, and creating a unique, beautiful, and evocative atmosphere.
Decorating with works of art not only enriches the spaces of our home but also enriches the soul with their beauty and meaning.