Bronze Sculpture Greek/Roman Soldier Holding Sword Hot Cast Museum Quality Work

EuropeanBronzeSKU: STE-3527

Sale price$349.00$174.50
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Condition: This sculpture is in perfect condition
Bronze Dimensions with Marble Base:
Height 15" X Width 7"
Marble Dimensions: Diameter 6"

Height without base:14"
Weight:11 LBS

The bronze sculpture vividly portrays a Roman legion soldier, standing amidst the aftermath of a scarred battlefield, his gaze fixed on the distant horizon. Adorned in traditional soldier's regalia, he wears a galea atop his head, a distinctive soldier's hat. Draping down his back is a paludamentum, a long cloak fastened over one shoulder, serving as a symbol of his commanding status. A tunic, customary for soldiers with its length slightly above the knee, is secured around his waist. In his right hand, he holds a sword, a formidable weapon wielded in offense on the ancient battlefield.

Crafted with precision and artistry, the bronze sculpture was meticulously cast using the ancient lost-wax casting method, a technique that imparts exceptional detail and authenticity to the piece. The sculpture's brown patina finish not only enhances its aesthetic appeal but also serves as a preservative, ensuring the enduring legacy of this historical tribute. Mounted on a black variegated marble base, the sculpture gains a sense of stability and refinement, providing a fitting pedestal for the depiction of this Roman legion soldier. The artist F. Pizarro's signature is a mark of quality, affirming the craftsmanship and dedication to historical accuracy encapsulated in this compelling work of art.

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