Famous Roman High Quality Art Grape Wine Bacchus Sculpture BronzeJason2022-11-07T23:50:58-04:00
Famous Roman High Quality Art Grape Wine Bacchus Sculpture Bronze
Grape wine Bacchus sculpture bronze. We see the god depicted as a comfortably youthful man-eating grape and madness drinking with a wine jar… The gas of wine flowing out of wine spilled all over the ground. The intoxication, not just looking relaxed. ‘ Art drunkenness ‘ seemed to pervade your house… Bacchanalia is a good option for a new extravagant house, living room…
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.
Bacchus was the god of wine and plants in Roman mythology. He is often seen drinking from a glass full of grapes. About the birth of Bacchus. A scene similar to Dionysus’s is recorded in an ancient relief in the Vatican Museums. After the removal of Bacchus from the womb of the goddess Simulation. Jupiter kept the child in his lap for three months, and Bacchus can be seen coming out of the father’s leg at full term in relief. The grape wine Bacchus sculpture bronze is also becoming increasingly popular today. Take a look at our grape wine Bacchus sculpture bronze. Become good friends with him. You can find a marble the Greek equivalent of a god statue.
Custom Grape wine Bacchus Sculpture Bronze
Bacchus statue Aongking
A variety of bronze sculptures for your choice
The mention of Rome will think of the ancient Roman culture and art. The culture and art of the Roman period are represented by Roman sculpture. Roman mythology is also something we often hear. There are many gods in Roman mythology. If you are interested in all of these gods, you can check out the corresponding god sculptures on our website. Statues of all kinds of gods, except grape wine Bacchus sculpture bronze. We also have a lot of sculptures of other bronze figures sculptures and bronze animal sculptures. Aongking can also customize any sculpture you want. Find more marble roman sculptures from Aongking.