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Icarus- 37 cm

Icarus is a figure from Greek mythology whose story is often seen as a cautionary tale about the dangers of overambition and disobedience


An imaginative statue of Icarus flying too close to the sun

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A figure of Icarus, depicted with his hands and wings open, captures a moment of freedom and ambition, embodying the tragic beauty of his myth. This statue aims to represent Icarus at the peak of his flight, just before the consequences of his hubris set in. It emphasizes the youthful grace and determination of Icarus, his wings spread wide, poised against the sky—a symbol of human aspiration and its limitations. Icarus is a figure from Greek mythology whose story is often seen as a cautionary tale about the dangers of overambition and disobedience. He is the son of the master craftsman Daedalus, who created the Labyrinth on Crete, where King Minos held the Minotaur captive. After falling out of favor with King Minos, Daedalus and Icarus were imprisoned in a tower on Crete to prevent Daedalus from sharing the secrets of the Labyrinth. Determined to escape, Daedalus used his ingenuity to craft two sets of wings made of feathers and wax for himself and his son. Before their flight from Crete, Daedalus warned Icarus not to fly too low, lest his wings become damp from the sea's mist, nor too high, where the sun's heat would melt the wax. However, caught up in the exhilaration of flight and perhaps his youthful disregard for his father's caution, Icarus soared higher and higher. As they neared the sun, the heat melted the wax in his wings, and the feathers came loose. Icarus fell from the sky, plummeting into the sea, where he drowned. The area where he is said to have fallen was named the Icarian Sea, near Icarus Island, in memory of his tragic end.

Product details



MATERIAL: polyresin


METHOD: molded


PATINA: cold cast bronze


Secure molded styrofoam packaging