Customize Famous Ancient Centaur Statue for Outdoor DecorationJason2022-08-30T05:57:58-04:00
Customize Famous Ancient Centaur Statue for Outdoor Decoration
In Greek mythology, a centaur is a mythical creature of a race, half man and half horse. Seen from the front, centaur has a head, chest and arms, just like humans, with a horse-like mane and tail behind their bellies. These centaurs are generally considered to be wild. These mountain-dwelling creatures are considered symbols of nature’s dark and despotic power. This bronze Centaur statue describs the centaur is kissing a man. This Centaur statue is a very good work of art, it’s also a great outdoor decoration.
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.
Centaurs later appeared in Roman mythology and were familiar figures in medieval animal fables
Centaurs later appeared in Roman mythology and were familiar figures in medieval animal fables. They remain a staple of modern fantasy literature. Centaurs are generally believed to be born of Ixion and Nephele. Sephora, as the story goes, was a cloud made in the form of Hera in order to trick Ixion into revealing his desire for Hera to Zeus. Ixion seduces Nephele, and this relationship creates the centaur. However, another version makes them the children of centaurs, the people who mate with the Magician mare. Centaurs were either themselves the son of Ixion and Nephele, or of Apollo and The nymph Stilb. In a later version of the story, the centaur’s twin brother is Lapidus, the ancestor of the Rapids. You can have a look at this Centaur statue.
Outdoor Centaur Statue
Another centaur tribe is said to live in Cyprus
Another centaur tribe is said to live in Cyprus. According to Nonus, they were the fathers of Zeus, who had sown his seeds on the land in frustration after Aphrodite had eluded him. Unlike those on the Greek mainland, the Cyprus centaur is horned. The composition of centaurs has led many writers to view them as liminal creatures, sandwiched between the two natures they embody in contrastive mythology. They are all incarnations of the wild, as in the battle with the Rapids, as opposed to teachers like Chiron. If you like this bronze Centaur statue, welcome to contact Aongking. Aongking can also customize any sculpture for you.