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The Farnese Hercules Statue

One of the most famous sculptures of Greek and Roman antiquity, our museum replica statue of this ancient figure boasts a flawless male form. Made for emperor Caracalla, it was found in the Baths of Caracalla, Rome, in 1540. Hercules rests after fetching the apples of the Hesperides, his immense physical prowess is not at all diminished in our substantial, 21/2-foot-tall sculpt. Cast in quality designer resin from a museum original, this classical garden statue is finished to replicate stone, adding sophisticated style to your home or garden gallery. 15"Wx11"Dx30"H. 16 lbs.

$159.00
 
 

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