High quality reproduction made of reconstituted marble (marble powder and chronolite). Aging patinas with natural earths, to give the piece an antique look.
Height: 25 cm
Diogenes of Sinope (412 – 323 BC), also called Diogenes the Cynic, led a life of austerity and mortification. Regarded as one of the most prominent philosophers of the cynical school. The cynics, taking as models to nature and animals, proposed a model of ethical behavior that they considered fundamental to achieve happiness.
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