Centaur ‘the elder’ (reduction)

Code ONE43

Reduction of the Centauro ‘Furietti’ called the Elder from the collection of the Capitoline Museums in Rome. The statue, dating back to the Hadrian era (117-138 AD) founded in the Hadrian’s Villa during the excavations in 1736, is signed by sculptors Aristeas and Papias, artists from Asia Minor.

This very fine reproduction is an exclusive of FeliceCalchi – plaster casts & sculptures.

90/10 wax casting in lost wax.
Base in Lapislazuli hand made by skilled marble workers.

Limited edition of only 2 copies.

Additional information

Dimensions 8 × 22 × 30 cm
Material

Bronze (lost wax cast) with Base in Lapislazuli