Reproduction made in bronze, cast in a sand mould. Finished with an ageing patina.
Height: 14 cm.
Figure of an Etruscan woman dancing.
Sculpture was one of the most important artistic expressions of the Etruscan people, who inhabited the region of northern and central Italy between about the 9th century and the 1st century BC. The Greek influences on Etruscan art came about through Etruscan contact with the Magna Graecia colonies in southern Italy.
Decorative figure, archaeological reproductions from Antiquity. Ideal for decoration or as a gift.