Bronze reproduction of the dancing satyr

Description
Bronze reproduction of the dancing satyr
Italy - Late 20th century Early 21st - Bronze

Nice replica of The Dancing Satyr of Mazara del Vallo, made in Sicily in the early 2000s.The discovery of the Dancing Satyr dates back to 1998 when, during a fishing trip, the Capitan Ciccio fishing boat, commanded by Captain Francesco Adregna, found it off the Strait of Sicily (it was on the sandy sea floor at a depth of 500 metres).The original Dancing Satyr is an over-lifesize Greek bronze statue, made in the Classic/Hellenistic period.
It depicts a satyr or a silenus or silenos, a character of the Greek mythology, linked to god Dionysus. - Overall height: 56 cm- Overall weight: 12 kg

Lot details
Object
Bronze reproduction of the dancing satyr
Material
Bronze
Estimated Period
Late 20th century Early 21st
Country of Origin
Italy
Condition
Good condition - used with small signs of ageing
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