We will deliver an Actual Size Replica in Resin of this Sculpture titled:"TRAJAN" originally from Louvre Museum, Paris
The statue of Trajan is an outdoor late-eighteenth-century bronze sculpture depicting Roman Emperor Trajan, located in front of a section of the London Wall built by Romans, at Tower Hill in London, United Kingdom. He is shown bareheaded and wearing a tunic, holding a scroll in his left hand while gesturing with his right hand raised. This statue shows Trajan in ceremonial armor (in contrast to the field equipment seen on the Column of Trajan in Rome), standing or stepping forward as if in the act of addressing his troops. His elaborate cuirass or breast plate has long tabs or pteryges, leather straps at the shoulders, and longer leather straps around the thighs. A tunic is visible under this ensemble, and a long cloak or paludamentum is worn on the left shoulder and around the left arm. The open-toed sandals are purely ceremonial, in keeping with the symbolic nature of the statue as suggested here and in previous publications.
Period: 98- 117 A.D.
Material: Our Replica is in Resin (Actual Sculpture in the Museum is in Bronze)
Source Location: Louvre Museum, Paris
Actual Physical Dimensions of the Sculpture in the Museum (Our Replica is in Actual size): Height: 235 cm