Reproduction of a satyr flutist statue crafted from molded marble (marble dust with resin). Finished with an aging patina applied with natural earth tones. Marble and stone textures suggest the touch of an original ancient statue.
Measurements: Height 135 cm. Base: 48 cm wide, 36 cm deep.
Approximate weight: 60 kg.
Perfectly prepared statue for interior decoration (living rooms, foyers, libraries, offices, etc.) and for outdoor use in gardens and terraces, resistant to weather conditions.
Small Flutist Satyr (4th century BCE, Louvre Museum).
Satyrs, associated with the Maenads, form the “Dionysian retinue” that accompanies the god Dionysus. They can also be associated with the god Pan. They have been represented at various stages of their lives. The younger ones are called satyrisci and are depicted as graceful youths; the satyr Anapauomenos (“at rest”), attributed to Praxiteles, is the best example.
Reproductions of sculptures of characters and fantastic beings from Greco-Roman mythology, like this satyr flutist statue, add a touch of elegance and grandeur to our favorite corners of the home, especially standing out in outdoor decoration. These figures, with their harmony and beauty, add a special touch to entrances and lobbies, the terrace, or the garden.
Sculptures inspired by ancient, Renaissance, or neoclassical art become focal points that stand out in our gardens and patios, transforming them into an inspiring corner that invites relaxation, reading, or reflection. Mythological characters, such as this satyr playing the flute, evoke classical culture, creating a special connection between history and myth, nature and art.
When we integrate these large classical sculptures into outdoor design, we express a harmonious synthesis between the aesthetics of ancient art and nature. The materials used to manufacture these reproductions, such as cast bronze and carved or molded marble with resin, withstand the elements well, ensuring durability and resilience in outdoor spaces. These statues blend with the vegetation in our gardens, establishing a fascinating dialogue between the beauty of art and nature.