Bronze Sculpture mythology of Leda and the Swan.
The bronze is mounted to a marble base.
This piece beautiful statuette is a depiction of Zeus seducing Leda while disguised as a swan.
An instantly recognisable image for all lovers of classic mythology.
It has been formed after the style of Albert-Ernest Carrier-Belleuse (1824-1887).
This would make a delightful gift for aficionados of mythology or collectors of fine bronze statuary.
The attention to detail is fantastic and the sculpture is extremely lifelike.
Created by the traditional lostwax or hotcast method in bronze.
Not to be confused with cheaper immitations. This is of the very finest quality.
This makes a stunning centre-piece or focal point in any room.
Original made by: Albert-Ernest Carrier-Belleuse (1824-1887)
Height: 31 cm
Width: 47.5 cm
Depth: 30 cm
Weight: 22 Kg