33” Hercules Fighting Hydra Statute in Walnut Wood | From Kashmir

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In Greek mythology, Hercules (Heracles) fought the Hydra as one of his Twelve Labors. The Hydra was a serpent-like creature with multiple heads, and when one head was cut off, two more would grow in its place. To defeat the Hydra, Hercules received help from his nephew Iolaus, who cauterized the neck stumps after Hercules cut off the heads, preventing them from regrowing. Eventually, Hercules defeated the Hydra and completed this labor.

 

A walnut wood statue of Hercules battling the Hydra not only exemplifies the exquisite craftsmanship of the artist but also underscores the unique qualities of walnut wood as a medium for sculptural art. Walnut wood is renowned for its dark, luxurious color and finely-grained texture, making it a top choice for artists seeking to create intricate and captivating sculptures. Its durability and ease of manipulation enable artists to convey the intricate details and nuances of this epic mythological battle, ensuring that the essence of the story is vividly brought to life through the artistry of the sculptor.

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Item Code: DDD929
Specifications:
Walnut Wood
Height: 33 inch
Width: 13.5 inch
Depth: 11.5 inch
Weight: 7.52 kg
Handmade
Handmade
Free delivery
Free delivery
Fully insured
Fully insured
100% Made in India
100% Made in India
Fair trade
Fair trade
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