Fortuna Roman Goddess of Prosperity w/ Cornucopia & Lion - Bronze Sculpture by Milo

SKU: EP-494

Condition: This sculpture is in Perfect condition
Bronze Dimensions: Height 5" X Width 5"
Weight:2 LBS

Original or Reproduction: Original

In this stunning bronze sculpture, the noble maiden exudes regal grace as she sits in a chair, holding a shield and a cornucopia. Her gaze, fixed in a portrait-worthy pose, is accompanied by the majestic presence of a lion at her feet, creating a combined air of majesty. The intricate details of the sculpture showcase the artist Milo's exceptional skill, capturing the essence of nobility and strength. Crafted using the ancient lost-wax casting method, this handmade bronze sculpture stands as a testament to the enduring artistry of Milo. The brown patina finish enhances the details and serves as a protective layer, ensuring the preservation of the sculpture's beauty over time. Mounted on a black marble base adorned with the European Bronze Finery stamp of quality and Milo's signature, this piece is a fine example of European craftsmanship. Milo, who spent much of his childhood in Andalusia, Spain, draws from his artistic family background. Beginning sculpting at the age of seventeen, he apprenticed with accomplished sculptors in both America and Spain, honing his skills in both steel and bronze. The Art of Lost Wax comes to life in this remarkable creation, embodying Milo's dedication to his craft and his ability to convey nobility through bronze.