The portrait head of banker Lucius Caecilius Iucundus represents a 19th century copy of the original herma, a bronze portrait mounted on a small marble pillar, which is located in the National Archaeological Museum of Naples and was found in Pompeii. This sculpture combines elements that belong to the personality of the person portrayed to the aesthetic taste of the 19th century. The banker Lucius Caecilius Iucundus, a rich banker who lived in the Augustan age, is finely represented with accurate details: the face is thinned out, the hair is brushed back, the eyes seem to be engrossed in some focused activity, while the forehead and the face, scored with wrinkles, and the large verruca are accurately underlined, almost to prove the subject identity. The 3D clone head statue you are going to purchase maintains the original bronze portrait accuracy and reproduces the skillfully crafted Beauty made by an artist of great expertise, with the lightness of 100% eco-friendly bio-resin derived from corn.
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27 x 26 x 14 cm
10,5 x 10 x 5,5 inch
3D Printed in 100% eco friendly PLA