Item No: EXPQ-068
Size: life size or custom as your requirement
Wall Thickness: 5-6mm (can be adjusted depends on the size of sculpture)
Producing Time: About 30-50 days after receiving your order
Technology: Lost-Wax Casting Process
Material: Bronze/ Brass/ Copper
Advantage: Foundry Supplying Directly
The the lion fighter statue was created by Albert Wolff in 1858 and placed at the Philadelphia Museum of Art on Benjamin Franklin Park Avenue. The original Lion Fighter is the accompaniment of Auguste Kiss’s Amazon Attack by the Panther, which located on the steps of the Altes Museum in Berlin. The Fairmont Park Art Association (now the Public Art Association) purchased the original plaster model of the lion fighter in 1889, and placed it in the memorial hall with the plaster version of Amazon Attacked for public viewing. This bronze cast locally by Bureau Brothers in 1892 and was used for exhibition at the Chicago Columbia Exposition in 1893.
The lion fighter statue is a very vivid picture. A strong man riding on a horse raised his spear high to stab the lion, and the horse raised its front hooves and hissed loudly, as if to increase momentum for the master. The male lion under the horse fell to the ground, exposing its sharp teeth and roaring loudly, as if it could overpower the enemy with its powerful momentum. The sharp claws have reached out to the horse and made a fight posture. This picture vividly shows the duel between the fighter and the lion. The battle is fierce, and each side uses its utmost strength to restrain the enemy.
Our Arturban Foundry adopts the traditional wax loss method in the production of bronze sculptures, preserving the exquisite details of the sculptures, which can highly restore the shape and artistic color of the sculptures. Whether it is placed in the square, garden or courtyard, it will be a very delicate sculpture image. If you are interested in lion sculptures and various animal sculptures, you can contact us at any time for more details.
1. Confirming the details drawing/ 3D mold/ Pictures with clients.
2. Making clay mold according to drawing/ client’s photos/ 3D mold.
3. Lost-Wax casting bronze/brass statues.
4. Welding and Chasing.
5. Patina and wax surface, take all different views pictures/ videos, show to clients.
6. Packing into wooden cases after clients satisfied with sculptures.