"Bacchus" Statue (1497)
by Michelangelo Buonarroti (1475-1564), in the Museo del Bargello, Florence, Italy

What more celebratory image than the Roman god of wine? Michelangelo's Bacchus is artfully resculpted with his goblet of wine, tiger skin and a crouching satyr who mischievously upsets his fermentation-influenced balance. Cast in quality designer resin to capture the details of this Basil Street Gallery exclusive classic, the master's Bacchus is hand finished in faux stone as a gallery-quality work of art.
8½"Wx6½"Dx21"H. 4 lbs.
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