The Art of the Body –
Hercules slaying Antaeus, c. 1460, is a painting attributed to the Florentine artist Antonio del Pollaiuolo. It is a small image, 6 x 3 1/2 inches, painted in egg tempera on a panel of wood. It is in the Uffizi gallery, Florence.
The painting shows the mythical giant Antaeus, son of Gaia, goddess of the Earth, being crushed to death in the arms of Heracles. Hercules was a Florentine hero, regarded as an image of the Florentine state – its ruthless and warlike spirit – which furthered its political and economic success.
• Absolutely stunning bronze plated nude male figure
• Beautifully hand sculptured and painted in bronze
• Highest quality poly resin sculpture
• Wipe with a soft, dry cloth
• Sold individually
Medium: 26cm H x 13 cm L x 11cm W
Weight: 3 kg
Processing time: up to 1-2 weeks
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