From the collection of the Russel Coates Museum, Bournemouth UK russellcotes.com
The Dancing Faun, 1901-1904 The Company of Foundrie De Tusey (1832-1961)
In Roman mythology, fauns were depicted as creatures with the heads and bodies of men and the legs of goats. As followers of Bacchus, the Roman god of wine, fauns loved drinking, dancing and having fun. Following vandalism in 2005, The Dancing Faun was restored at a cost of more than £10,800. The base of the statue was recast, as the original was too fragile to support the sculpture. The original base is alongside.
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