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Teucer Quality Lost Wax Bronze Statue: 1881
by Sir Hamo Thornycroft (1850-1925), Tate Gallery, London
The champion Greek archer "Teucer" is one of the heroes of Homer's story of the Trojan War. Sculpted with elongated classical style that foreshadowed Art Deco, this nude bronze statue found great acclaim at the Royal Academy. Thornycroft's long-limbed bronze sculpture, readying his famous bow to focus legendary power, strikes a notable pose that critics called "courageously realistic." A timeless Bronze sculpture, this is classic art at its finest. Our Design Toscano weighty high quality lost wax nude male sculpture is hand rubbed in a multi-toned finish and set atop a black solid marble base.

16"Wx5"Dx22½"H. 11 lbs.