Reproduction of high quality made in reconstituted marble (synthetic resin + marble dust and grain). The patina of aging recreates textures of singular beauty.
Height: 30 cm.
Base dimensions: 10 x 10 x 9 cm. high.
Reproduction and creation inspired in universal art.
Head of Hygieia 360 BC. National Museum of Athens (Greece). Daughter of Asclepius, god of medicine and mysteries, this goddess symbolized since ancient times the health and hygiene, his name appearing in the Hippocratic Oath as a witness before the commitment of the physician. She is attributed to Scopas of Paros, their value is inestimable, because she is together with the statue of Asclepius, the only originals rescued of all the sculptural production of its author.