Ancient Greek Bronze the God of Fire And Forges Hephaestus Statue Customized Sculpture
The Greek Hephaestus Statue is suitable for garden decoration. There is a unique classical flavor. The Greek Hephaestus Statue shows Hephaestus with half of his chest exposed in front of a casting table, holding a knife in one hand. Raise the hammer in one hand and smash it with all his strength. Next to the casting table, there is a red flame sign, representing Hephaestus’s duties. The muscular lines of the overall sculpture are smoothly cast, which well demonstrates its power.
Life-size or custom-made depends on your preference.
Lost-wax casting process.
Generally soft and waterproof plastic inside, wooden cases/ iron box for outside.
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Greek Hephaestus Statue Details Description:
Greek Mythology and Greek Hephaestus Statue:
Myth is the yearning for things that appear in the future and is the source of the theme of the Greek Hephaestus Statue. Different from Chinese mythology based on reality, it has a strong spirit of realism. Ancient Greek mythology is imaginative and romantic. Most of them are ideal gods. They don’t have too many hopes and prayers for gods. Represented by the Olympus god system, Zeus, Hera, and Athena are portrayed as images of marriage with people in “Homer’s Epic”. In addition, people in China looked up to gods, while in ancient Greece, gods looked up to people, hoping that people could reach the state of gods. Therefore, the core characteristic of ancient Greek art lies in human nature.
Bronze Art of Sculpture Hephaestus God of fire
The origin of the Greek Hephaestus Statue:
Hephaestus is the god of fire, forging, and stone masonry, and the god of carving art in ancient Greek mythology. One of the twelve gods of Olympus. Is the son of Zeus and Hera), Aphrodite, the husband of Aglaia. Hephaestus is good at building temples, making all kinds of weapons and metal supplies, with superb skills, and is known as the ancestor of craftsmen and the patron saint of forging. In Lemnos, Sicily, and other islands, he was first worshipped as the god of earth fire. It is said that when the earth rumbling and volcanoes erupt, he is the one who strikes the iron. Hephaestus corresponds to Vulcan in Roman mythology. Vulcan itself is an ancient god in Rome, but he did not have more deeds at first, just a simple flame incarnation. Later, the Romans combined him with Hefei Storrs confuses him, earning him the identity of the forging god. It is said that the name of this god originated from Crete, and the word “volcano” in Western languages is derived from its name. Therefore, many Greek Hephaestus Statues are images of being ironed.