This is a bronze statue of Andromeda, her hands tied behind her back, nude and standing on a four-cornered plinth cast with Medusa masks, putti riding sea monsters and scallop shells, on pink granite four-cornered and cylindrical base. As told by the Latin poet Ovid, Andromeda was the daughter of an Ethiopian king who had been chained to a rock as a sacrifice to a sea monster but was saved by the audacious Perseus. The narrative of Andromeda’s ill-fated destiny and the intervention of Perseus is cleverly told through the symbols and attributes that the artist has included in this composition. Whilst Andromeda is shown full length still chained up to the rock and in a grief-stricken contrapposto pose, the rocky feature on which Andromeda stands reveals her happier ending.
We have professional bronze sculptors who have paid attention to make statues when they were younger, they have rich experience in making this bronze Andromeda mythology statue. If you are interested in the Andromeda statue please feel free to contact us.