Our statue of the Roman goddess Diana of Gabies or Artemis of Gabies is a life-size replica of the prototype of a Greek statue attributed to Praxiteles, perhaps it was the Artemis Brauronia of Athens which was erected on the Acropolis of Athens around the 4th century BC (around 330 BC).
The goddess Artemis for the Greeks or Diana for the Romans is the goddess of hunting, the moon and nature.
Here she delicately staples the coat offered by her faithful in this representation.
The original work, made of Paros marble, was discovered in 1792 on the ruins of Gabies, an ancient city in Lazio, 20 km east of Rome. It would have been founded by the Sicules, in the north of Italy.
This masterpiece belonged to the Borghese collection until 1807, when it was later acquired by Napoleon. It now belongs to the Louvre Museum (Paris).
This work of art blends perfectly with the antique themed interiors, ancient Greek and Roman and classical gardens.
This statue is in the image of the one found in the Louvre Museum.
It is an authentic work of art that will transform your gardens and interiors and can be installed both indoors and outdoors.
Place of conservation of the original: Paris, Louvre Museum.
Origin and date: About 346-345 BC
Excavations of Gabies (1792), Rome, Borghese collection (1808).
Height: 64.57 ".
Width: 31.5 ".
Depth: 23.63 ".
Weight: 198.41 Lbs.
Material: reconstituted marble (marble dust + high density resin).
Delivery time: Delivery within 15 days to 25 days
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Our sculptures are all retouched and patinated by hand by our craftsmen to give them an authentic natural marble look and finish.