Now in the Vatican Museum collection, this full figure sculpture (c. AD 15) of the first Roman emperor, Augustus, was originally found in Primaporta, Italy at Livia's (his wife) summer home. It is representative of idealized Roman portraiture typically identified with Roman leadership. As Augustus raises his arm and addresses his troops, a small cupid tugs at his leg thereby symbolically aligning him with the Roman gods. Lifesize Garden Statuary reproduction,
to extend your living space. As more families remodel their homes, we recognize that the garden has become an essential getaway zone inviting relaxation and meditation.
Made from high grade resin fiberglass, antique stone finish (white with gray wash), interior or exterior use, 64"H x 38"W x 20"D.