Fragment of a bronze portrait of Marcus Aurelius, dated after 170 AD. The original is in the Louvre Museum.
Reproduction made of reconstituted marble (marble powder with chronolite agglutination). The ageing patinas are applied with natural earths. High quality classical art reproductions, ideal for decoration or gift.
- Width: 20cm; Depth: 10cm; Height: 37cm.
- Weight: 3 kg approx.
The Roman emperor Marcus Aurelius is known as one of the “Five Good Emperors”. A follower of the philosophical current of Stoicism, he bequeathed us a masterful work of philosophical reflections on self-knowledge and good government: the “Meditations”, written directly in campaign.For more reproductions of Marcus Aurelius and other Stoic philosophers see the section: The Stoic Philosophers – A Model of Strength and Joy