A stunning objet d'art, this bust of the ancient Roman goddess of the hunt, Diana, will enrich the look of a traditionally decorated home. Either in an entryway, on a mantelpiece or bookcase in the living room, this magnificently crafted sculpture draws inspiration from classical style sculptures and will be a one-of-a-kind heirloom to pass from generation to generation.
Galleria Romanelli is one of the oldest sculpture studios still active in the world, having been founded in 1860. Its incredible building is set in the Oltrarno, the artistic heart of Florence, and originally belonged to Lorenzo Bartolini, a great Italian sculptors of the 19th century. Sculptures made by several generations of the Romanelli family have, since long, been acknowledged worldwide. Today, the Gallery keeps catering for art lovers, collectors, and designers looking for unique artworks, thanks to a team of skilled sculptors lead by Raffaello Romanelli.