Reproduction of the famous bronze sculpture by Antonio Canova, 1801 (Vatican Museums) - Height: 38 cm
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Bronze sculpture made with lost wax, black marble base for a height of 38 cm.
Width: 24 cm - Depth: 17 cm
Weight: 5.58 kgs
Antonio Canova (born November 1, 1757 in Possagno (province of Treviso) in the Venetian state, died October 13, 1822 in Venice) is an Italian sculptor .
It was around 1804-1806 that he created Perseus holding the head of Medusa , a statue that can be admired at the Pio-Clementino Museum in the Vatican.
Perseus, king of Argos, is one of the greatest heroes of Greek mythology.