Always depicted as a man with the legs and horns of a goat, the Greek god Pan was a god of wild nature, rustic music, and shepherds. The Pan God of Wild Nature shows this godly satyr as he sits with his musical reed pipes. The statue of Pan depicts him as mythology describes him, a bearded man with the horns, hindquarters, and legs of a goat. He sits on a stone with one of his legs up, his arms wrapped around his knee. Wrapped around his upper arms are bands made from vines. In his right hand is a large set of reed pipes. His beard and hair are both very long, and two curved goats horns curl out from the top of his head. Made from a cold cast bronze, this highly detailed statue has been lightly hand painted to add depth to the plants depicted in the statue and the fur on Pans legs. Add this to your home to bring a touch of Greek artistry to any room or add it to your collection of Greek statues!
- Possesses incredibly fine detailing
- Sports a bronze finish
- Hand painted with colorful accents
- An excellent piece of Greek home decor
- Made from cold cast bronze
- Height: 12 Inches
- Width: 8 Inches