All hail! The most famous Master of the Horse, Mark Antony (83-30 BC) was appointed by and served under Julius Caesar. Sculpted as a military commander and administrator, he raises a sword astride his stately steed, perhaps in the valiant Final War of the Roman Republic. Cast in quality designer resin and hand-finished in faux bronze to capture battle garb and steadfast bravery, this Basil Street Gallery work of art is a historic collectible of Rome's transformation from Republic to Empire.
9"Wx4"Dx10½"H. 3 lbs.