Rearing Centaur Shooting Arrow Bronze Statue Fantasy Mythology Accent
14 in. High, 10.5 in. Long, 4.25 in. Wide
Expertly Crafted of Cold Cast Bronze, a Process of Mixing Bronze Powder with Resin to Give it an Authentic Metal Look
Intricately Sculpted Antique Bronze and Colored Finish Makes this Centaur Statue a Stand Out Piece
Impressively Detailed Depicting a Centaur Rearing Up While Pulling On His Bow as He Readies to Shoot an Arrow
A Must-Have Piece for any Fantasy Art Collection and a Striking Gift Sure to Excite any Greek Mythology Buff
Details: In Greek mythology, a centaur was a half-man half-horse creature. It had the head, torso and arms of a man with the body and legs of a horse. They were considered the children of Ixion, but according to a different myth, they were all born from the union of a single Centaurus with the Magnesian mares. Chiron is probably the most well known centaur, who was modest and civilized compared to the wild nature of most centaurs. In this statue, a centaur rears up as he pulls his bow, timelessly captured just before releasing an arrow. It's intricately sculpted in cold cast bronze, a process of mixing bronze powder with resin, giving the finish an authentic and lustrous metal look. 14 inch high x 10.5 inch long, x 4.25 inch wide. Any Greek mythology or fantasy art collection is incomplete without this exciting piece!