Bronze sculpture of Johann Strauss playing the violin Hot Cast Figurine Figure

SKU: EPA-133
3 in stock

Condition: This sculpture is in perfect condition
Bronze Dimensions with Marble Base: Height 9" X Width 4"
Marble Dimensions: 4" X 3"
Height without base:8"
Weight:4 LBS

Original or Reproduction: Original

Celebrate the legacy of Johann Strauss I, the renowned Austrian composer and conductor, with this exquisite bronze sculpture. Crafted with meticulous attention to detail, this sculpture captures the elegance and enigmatic aura of the esteemed composer. Johann Strauss I, known for his iconic Viennese waltzes and a prolific body of dance music, is immortalized in this stunning artwork. The sculpture portrays Johann Strauss I in a contemplative pose, with his face cast down and a captivating smile that reflects his deep musings. Adorned in an elegant evening coat and a meticulously crafted bow tie, every aspect of his attire is captured with precision and finesse. The bronze plinth proudly displays his eternal name, ensuring his legacy lives on. This sculpture is created using the time-honored technique of lost-wax casting, adding an element of authenticity and artistry. Resting on a sleek black marble base, this bronze sculpture embodies the mastery of the artist Milo. The brown patina stain enhances the intricate details and adds a sense of richness to the overall composition. This captivating piece serves as a tribute to Johann Strauss I, a musical genius whose influence resonates to this day. Whether displayed in a music lover's collection or as a centerpiece in your home, this sculpture is a testament to the enduring impact of Strauss's contributions to the world of music. Embrace the timeless beauty and artistic expression of this magnificent bronze sculpture that pays homage to Johann Strauss I. With its remarkable craftsmanship, intricate details, and the signature of the esteemed artist Milo, this piece is a must-have for collectors and admirers of classical music alike. Let this sculpture serve as a reminder of the enduring power of music and the indelible mark left by Johann Strauss I on the world's cultural landscape.