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Hephaestus with a hammer – 22 cm

known in Greek mythology as the god of fire, metalworking, stone masonry, forges, and the art of sculpture


An imaginative figure of god Hephaestus with his hammer

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Hephaestus, known in Greek mythology as the god of fire, metalworking, stone masonry, forges, and the art of sculpture, is a deity of immense skill and craftsmanship. He is often depicted as a robust and muscular figure, embodying the physical strength required of a blacksmith, yet his appearance carries elements of his unique story and the complexities of his divine nature. Born to Zeus and Hera, or in some myths solely to Hera, Hephaestus's life began with rejection due to his physical imperfections. He was cast out of Olympus, a tale that imbues him with a sense of resilience and a connection to the human condition of suffering and overcoming adversity. Despite this harsh start, Hephaestus rose to become one of the most respected gods on Olympus, his kingdom within the fiery bowels of Mount Etna or the volcanic island of Lemnos, where his forges were said to reside. Hephaestus is often portrayed with a sturdy physique, a testament to his labors at the anvil and forge. Unlike the other gods, whose beauty is often highlighted, Hephaestus's appearance may include marks of his toil: soot-stained skin from the fires of his forge, muscular arms and a broad chest developed from years of hammering metal, and possibly a limp or physical deformity, a reminder of his fall from Olympus. His face, marked by a strong jawline and deep-set eyes, reflects both the harshness of his life and the depth of his character. In art and literature, Hephaestus embodies the dignity of labor, the value of perseverance, and the transformative power of art and technology. He is a reminder of the potential for beauty and greatness in overcoming adversity, and the importance of skill, dedication, and creativity in shaping the world.

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MATERIAL: polyresin


METHOD: molded


PATINA: cold cast bronze


Secure molded styrofoam packaging