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Horse and Jockey Boy Hellenistic Museum Copy Sculpture

Finish: bronze finish
Dimensions: 35cm or 14"H
Item No. X325
Period: Hellenistic Age (4th-1st century B.C.)
Condition: New
This Item is an Identical Museum Reproduction


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Horse and Jockey Boy Hellenistic Museum Copy Sculpture. This is a replica reduction after a museum original ca. mid 2nd century B.C. National Museum, Athens. Made of cast stone with bronze finish. About: The horse is rendered in an attitude of extreme tension, both as regards the modeling of the head and the forward projection of both head and forelegs. The tremendous speed at which the horse is galloping causes the little chiton with numerous narrow folds worn by the jockey-boy to be blown back. The boy’s little face is constricted to the point of ugliness and his small little body contorted by the effort his is obliged to make. The work is a fascinated example of the human passion which artists of the peak period of the Hellenistic era succeeded to infuse into their most inspired works.

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