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Cast Iron Figure of Boy Representing the Mythological Pan

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In Greek mythology, Pan is the god of the wild and shepherds and is also known as the god of flocks and goatherds. He is often portrayed as a half-man, half-goat figure with horns, pointed ears, a goat's beard and tail. He is also portrayed as a figure of a boy with a flute. He is often associated with nature, music, and Arcadian scenes. Pan is known for his love of music and dancing and is often accompanied by his pipes. He is said to have dwelt in Arcadia and was a popular figure in classical Greek culture, often represented in literary works and paintings. He is especially associated with fertility, joy, life and birth.

37"H 12D 14W

France 1880

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