Reproduction of a sculpture of a Thai dancer made in reconstituted marble (marble powder agglutinated with resin) and finely polished. Patinated with natural earths that give it the finish of a sculpture embellished by the passage of time.
Height: 27 cm.
This sculpture can be exposed to the weather, outdoors. Ideal for decoration or as a gift.
It is a figure of a Thai dancer.
The sculpture of the Orient uses various materials, such as bronze, marble, semi-precious stones like jade and ceramics, terracotta and porcelain. In addition to sculptures of kings and gods, anonymous people may also be depicted in everyday scenes, such as musicians and dancers. Hindu and Thai art is notable for its sensual treatment of the female figure, depicting divinities and female genies or dancers.