This superb decorative piece rests on a metal pedestal and reproduces in bronze a detail of the marble sculptural group entitled Laocoon and His Sons, displayed at the Vatican Museums in Rome. This piece is shaped as a mask and portraits the face of the main character, a Trojan high priest, as two sea serpents, sent by Poseidon, emerge from the waters to kill him and his two sons as a punishment for having warned his people of the trick of the Trojan horse. Exquisite details and a superb rendition of the expressions of sufferance on this face create a magnificent effect.
• Material: Bronze, Metal
• Dimensions (in): W 10.63 x D 8.27 x H 23.62
• Dimensions (cm): W 27 x D 21 x H 60
• Handmade In Italy