Reproduction of the Artemisa of Praxiteles, (s. 4th BC), Louvre Museum.
Reproduction of high quality made with reconstituted marble (marble with resin dust). Finished with old patina.
Measures of the base: Width: 55 cm. Depth: 50 cm Total depth: 60 cm.
Approximate weight: 90 kg.
Perfectly prepared for the decoration of outdoor and indoor.
The stone texture suggests the feel of an ancient original.
The Diana of Gabies is a statue probably representing the goddess Artemis, traditionally attributed to the Greek sculptor Praxiteles (4th century BC). In Roman mythology, Diana was the virgin goddess of the hunt and protector of nature. Her equivalent Greek goddess in literature is Artemis, although in terms of worship she was of Italic origin.