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CUSTOM EQUESTRIAN BRONZE SCULPTURES
bronze sculpture of Alexander the Great and Bucephalus

Alexander the Great
riding his stallion Bucephalus


1/4 life-size Equestrian sculpture shown here in clay,
 is currently in casting process.

Sculpted by Stan Watts and
Equine Artist Kim Corpany


Bronze statue of Alexander the Great

The following excerpt is from the website:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bucephalus
Click on the link above to learn more about Alexander the Great and Buchepalus from wikipedia.org

A massive creature with a massive head, Bucephalus is described as having a black coat with a large white star on his brow. He is also supposed to have had a "wall", or blue eye, and his breeding was that of the "best Thessalian strain."  Plutarch tells the story of how, in 344 BC, a thirteen-year-old Alexander won the horse. A horse dealer named Philonicus the Thessalian offered Bucephalus to King Phillip II for the sum of 13 talents, but because no one could tame the animal, Philip was not interested. However, Philip's son Alexander was. He promised to pay for the horse himself should he fail to tame it. He was given a chance and surprised all by subduing it. He spoke soothingly to the horse and turned it towards the sun so that it could no longer see its own shadow, which had been the cause of its distress. Dropping his fluttering cloak as well, Alexander successfully tamed the horse. Plutarch says that the incident so impressed Philip that he told the boy, "O my son, look thee out a kingdom equal to and worthy of thyself, for Macedonia is too little for thee."

Custom Bronze Equestrian Sculpture by Atlas Bronze Casting.  Custom bronze horse statues created from idea and design through the clay sculpture and lost wax bronze casting process.  Atlas bronze casting can make your ideas for custom bronze sculpture become reality. 
Custom bronze sculptures by Stan Watts and Custom bronze horse sculptures by Equine artist Kim Corpany.
To commission your custom bronze sculpture contact artist and foundry owner Stan Watts at Atlas Bronze Casting.
email:
atlasbronze@hotmail.com or call 1(801)967-0557.

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Atlas Bronze Casting
4850 South Warehouse Road
Kearns, Utah USA 84118
atlasbronze@hotmail.com
1(801) 967-0557
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