Dancing Greek Maenads with Thyrsus Wall Friezes (5th century BC) Left and RightPN# KY94055
Celebrate with these amazingly sculpted friezes of the beautiful Maenads, followers of the Greek god Dionysus. Each holding a thyrsus, a wand or staff symbolizing prosperity, fertility and enjoyment, the young women enraptured in dance are cast in quality designer resin with an authentic, faux stone finish. Known for his perfectionism and elaborately detailed sculpts, the 5th-century artist Callimachus, credited with inventing the Corinthian capital, shows his great skill in that he has left few details veiled. Left Wall Frieze: 21"Wx4"Dx37"H. 12 lbs. Right Wall Frieze: 21"Wx4"Dx37"H. 12 lbs.
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