Golden Fleece

“The fleece is a symbol of authority and kingship.” 

The pretentious leaders, reigners that chose for the faith of humanity. But because of poor mental health, they choose just for economic gain, losing any human connection.

The golden fleece is the fleece of a flying, winged ram named Crius Chrysomallos, or ‘Golden-fleeced Ram’, in Greek mythology. It is best known from the story of Jason and the Argonauts, who were sent by Pelias, the ruler of Iolcos, to retrieve it from Aeëtes, the king of Colchis.

Material. Alabaster, 24K Gold leaf Mario Berta Battiloro Venice
Dimension. 50/50  cm

Current location. Exhibited, Private Atelier The Netherlands



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