Pan Comforts Psyche Bonded Marble Resin Statue
(c.1857-1858) By artist Reinhold Begas (1831-1911), in the National Gallery, Berlin
Welcome the beauty of star-crossed lovers of ancient mythology in this artist's rendition of Pan offering advice to the grieving Psyche, here mourning for her lost love, Eros. Incredibly detailed statue from the muscled features to the draped garments, this Design Toscano museum-quality sculpture is cast in bonded marble resin, virtually identical in appearance and texture to the original work by this beloved German sculptor responsible for some of his country's most treasured public art.
7½"Wx5½"Dx8½"H. 6 lbs.