Plaster figure of a horse‘s head. Reproduction made with special plasters and iron oxides. 100% natural materials. Not suitable for outdoors.
Measurements: Width: 24 cm Height: 55 cm Depth: 29 cm
Reproduction of a fragment of a horse by Phidias. It was discovered in the 19th century in Civita Lavinia (Lanuvio, Italy). It belongs to the Athenian Greek tradition of the school of Phidias in the 5th century BC. It is now in the British Museum (London).