Bronze dimensions with marble base each: height 12" x width 9". Marble size: 7 "x 4". Standing and naked, this bronze sculpture of "dian the hunter" was made by hand and cast according to the "lost wax method". She poses with her little breasts exposed as she drops her bow. You see the contour of her muscles and belly as she leans backwards while unscrewing her arrow.Standing on the tip of her feet, she balances, bringing details to her legs, while looking straight in front of her target. His buttocks are tight and firm, his body is slender and natural. You see her muscles in her back and arms as she pulls her bow. Her hair is wavy but rising in the wild winds of the forest. At his feet, a big hunting dog. This sculpture was cast according to the "lost wax method" and is mounted on a marble base. "Dian the hunter" is derived from Italian and Greek myths. Most myths had started in italia but were quickly influenced by grace. It is difficult to find information about the hunter's diana because it was also known as "diana nemorensis" and "artemis". Below is a short myth about "dine the hunter". Diana was a former Italian goddess of wood. In capua and aricia, close to Roma, there are still shrines dedicated to the old Italian goddess. His sanctuary in aricia was on the shores of Lake Nemi. For this reason, she was named Diana nemorensis, Diana of the woods. The rites devoted to him are particularly brutal. Human sacrifices were offered to the indigenous goddess.
Diana's priest was a fugitive slave. Every new priest had to kill his predecessors in order to obtain their services. A capua, people believed that the preservation of the city depended on the fate of a perennial deer sacred to the goddess. Following the influence of the Greek colonies in the south of italia towards the life of the century BC, diane identified herself with the Greek goddess of artemis wood acquiring the attributes of the latter. For the Greeks, artemis was also the personification of the moon and his twin brother Apollo was associated with the sun.
His father and mother were jealous and latonous. Diana believed that her virgin body was very sacred and not for a man's eyes. One day, the acteon hunter walked around and fell on Diana swimming. Diana became so angry; she turned acteon into a deer.Now he was unable to speak, and so no one would ever hear of Diana's naked body. Acteon was then killed by his own hunting dogs. This sculpture is signed by bynbsp. This sculpture was cast according to the "lost wax method" and is mounted on a s.
The item "signed cast bronze diana the huntress art deco nu sculpture statue nr" has been on sale since Saturday, June 12, 2021. It is in the category "art, antiques\art of xxe, contemporary\sculptures, statues".
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