Dancing Faunus of Pompeii: Grande
Roman statue from 2nd Century B.C., National Archeological Museum, Naples, Italy
Not even the eruption of Mount Vesuvius could hold back the pure joy found in this statue of Faunus (Bacchus), discovered during the 1830 excavation of Pompeii. One of the world's most recognizable sculptural images, this satyr is cast from the museum original. Cast in quality designer resin exclusively for Design Toscano and hand-painted in faux verdigris bronze to capture each detail.