Spinario Marble Garden Statue
Spinario Bronze Garden Statue
Rome, Musei Capitolini (palazzo Dei Conservatori)
Originally in Bronze, the Spinario statue was recorded between 1165-1167 as outside the Lateran Palace and transferred from there to the Palazzo Dei Conservatori in the Capital by Pope Sixtus IV after 1471 and recorded there for certain in 1499-1500.
The detailed photograph of the graceful Garden sculpture captivates the admirable material and workmanship that is indicative of this range. Hours of patient work by our craftsman ensure that each sculpture is taken to a meticulous finish worthy off their original masters.
The Spinario Garden Statue is also available in Castcarrara Marble.
Bronze Garden Statue Height 830 mm (2′ 8 3/4″)
Bronze Garden Statue width 620 mm (2′ 1/2″)
The Spinario Marble Statue shows a young boy sitting on a tree stump trying to removed a thorn from his left foot .
Originally in Bronze, the Spinario Statue was recorded between 1165-1167 as outside the Lateran Palace and transfered from there to the Palazzo Dei Conservatori on the Capitol by Pope Sixtus IV after 1471 and recorded there for certain in 1499-1500.
Marble Garden Statue Height: 830mm (2′ 8;)
Marble Garden Statue Width: 620mm (2′ 2)