Dancing Faun, replica in Bronze; 14,76", from Pompei, House of the Faun; Roman copy from the Greek original dating from the 1st / 2nd century. B.C.
House of the Faun takes its name from the bronze statue found after the excavations of Pompeii featuring a faun. This was the god of the countryside and pastures and he spent his time playing the flute and courting the nymphs. He was often represented with goat legs and beard. On the day it was celebrated (Faunalia) dances and processions took place.
- Material: lost wax casting bronze
- Suitable for indoors and outdoors
- Size: Height 14,76" x Width 6,69" (37.5 cm x 17 cm)
- Base: 5,31" x 5.70" (13.5 cm x 14.5 cm)
Produced in Italy