Roman Bust (1). High-quality reproduction made in molded marble (marble powder bonded with resins). Aging patinas are applied with natural earth pigments, giving the piece a marble-like texture and the appearance of an ancient original sculpture.
Measurements: Height: 48 cm. Width: 30 cm. Depth: 23 cm.
Weight: 15 kg.
Roman Bust (1). This bust is believed to represent the king of Macedonia, Demetrius I, or Demetrius Poliorcetes (ca. 337 BC – 283 BC). The original marble-carved sculpture was found in the Villa of the Papyri in the archaeological ruins of Herculaneum (Italy), near Pompeii. It is currently preserved in the National Archaeological Museum of Naples (Italy).
Decorating with reproductions of sculptures representing characters from ancient Greece and Rome imparts an air of classical majesty and timeless elegance to any space in our home. These carefully recreated sculptures capture the grace, strength, and serene austerity of classical art. Whether displaying the nobility of a king, emperor, or general, or the beauty of a goddess or a lady of the aristocracy, these pieces become prominent decorative elements, both indoors and outdoors. Strategically placed in our living room, study, library, or foyer, these reproductions add a touch of sophistication and a connection to the rich Roman history.
These sculptures stand out, especially in our gardens or patios; when placed outdoors, they create a unique atmosphere reminiscent of ancient Roman palaces and villas, merging classical art with the beauty of nature and contemporary decoration. With these reproductions, we not only beautify the surroundings but also bring the cultural and aesthetic grandeur of ancient Greece and Rome to our modern days.
By integrating these classical sculptures into landscape design, we achieve a harmonious synthesis between ancient aesthetics and nature. The beauty of art can transform our favorite work and relaxation spaces into scenes of timeless beauty and serene contemplation, where one can relax, reflect, and meditate.