Reproduction of a figure of high quality made in reconstituted marble (marble dust with resin). The patina of aging is applied with natural lands. Marble and stone textures.
Sculpture perfectly prepared for the decoration of outdoor, like gardens and terraces as well for indoor.
- Total width: 170 cm. (from wing tip to wing tip once assembled).
- Total depth: 175 cm (from the end of the wing), including the base.
- Height: 300 cm
MEASUREMENTS OF THE BASE:
- Width: 106 cm. Depth: 96 cm. Height: 25 cm.
Approximate weight: 300 kg.
The Winged Victory of Samothrace, also known as the Victory of Samothrace or Nike of Samothrace, is a round sculpture belonging to the Rhodian school of the Hellenistic period. It is in the Louvre Museum, Paris. In Greek the statue is called Nikí tis Samothrakis. The original was made in marble around 190 BC. It comes from the sanctuary of the Cabiros in Samothrace. Some experts attribute it with some probability to Pithokritos of Rhodes. It was discovered in 1863 on the island of Samothrace (Samothraki in Greek) by the French consul Charles Champoiseau, an amateur archaeologist.