Collections: Figurines, Figurines and Statuary, Greek and Roman Mythology, Newly Added!
Type: Sculptures & Statues
Not only is he perhaps one of the most recognized satyrs in mythology, but Pan is recognized as a Greek god of the wilds and of rustic music. In the Pan Statue, the half-man, half-goat sits atop a stump, pipes held securely in hand. Being a satyr, Pan has the legs of a goat, but the upper body of a man. He is shown as a man with a rugged face and a thick beard, with rounded, curling horns that sprout from the side of his head. In his hands, he holds a set of pipes, while his legs dangle down along the length of the tree trunk that is his seat. This simple, rustic statue is made from cold cast resin, which has been hand-painted to give the statue a cast bronze metal appearance. The Pan Statue depicts a classic and well-known figure from Greek mythology in a form that collectors and enthusiasts would be glad to include in their own personal collections and decor.
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