Torso of Dionysus, reproduction in Carrara marble recomposed by means of a cast taken from the famous statue of the period romano , exhibited in the Vatican Museums, Rome.
Dionysus (Bacchus for the Romans) was a deity of Greek mythology who represented the awakening of nature, ecstasy and dance. God of wine and mystical inspiration. Famous for the Greek-era cult of Dionysus, its celebrations featured bacchantes or maenads performing frenzied dances and wearing animal skins. Dionysus was the emblem of pleasure and joy but also of disorder.
Beautiful replica of the Roman sculpture ideal for your home
- Material: recomposed Carrara marble
- Hand patinated
- Base: marble
- Dimensions: 10"H x 9,05"W x 9,05"D (26cm x 23cm x 23cm)
- Base dimensions: 5,3 x 3,5 inch (13.5 cm x 9 cm)
- Weight: 4.5kg
Produced in Italy
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