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Column of the Maenads Sculptural Pedestal
By artist Jean-Antoine Houdon (1741-1828)
Maenads, the frenzied worshippers of the god Dionysus (Bacchus), are frequent images in ancient Greek art. Here, the languid, stylized trio encircles an exquisite pedestal, hair and garments flowing in a dance of pleasure. Inspired by an antique Houdon garden sculpture and cast in faux stone designer resin, it adds instant decorative art and architecture.

11"dia.x29"H. 19 lbs.
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Great features. Well made and very detailed. A great piece to add to any collection. February 24, 2014
Perfect! This piece fits perfectly in a small (14" x 14") nook in our dining room. It's also thematically perfect for supporting a small wine rack. Love it! January 17, 2014
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