Mirón's Discobolus (2017). Sculpture made in bronze using the lost wax technique on a travertine marble base. Edition of five series (Aristotle, Plato, Archimedes, Socrates and Pythagoras) of 998 copies each published by Planeta in 2017. Aristotle copy 167 of 998. The sculpture of the Discobolus is accompanied by the book Grecian Sculpture, a large-format volume conceived as a true tribute to the artistic creation of Ancient Greece. The volume contains studies by specialists in Hellenic art that describe the process of creation of some of the great Greek Artworks that have survived to this day, as well as an extensive study of the sculpture of the Discobolus. Both the sculpture and the volume are presented in a careful and elegant case to protect the Artwork, which also serves as a decorative element thanks to the attractiveness and elegance of its design. Technical specifications Case Measurements: 44 x 54 x 31 cm. Styrofoam interior in high-density gray tones. Interior die for the sculpture and exterior nest for the volume. It contains the volume Greek Sculpture, the sculpture Discobolus by Mirón and the numbered Notarial Record. Sculpture - Mirón's discus thrower Sculpture cast in lost wax bronze. Patina finish. Hand numbering of 5 series from 1 to 998. Inscription in bas-relief at the base of the sculpture of a phrase from a philosopher and the title of the Artwork. Travertine marble base. Approximate weight: 9.2 kg. Measurements: sculpture: 30 x 21 x 21 cm; circular base: diameter 21 cm, thickness 5 mm; base: 4 x 22.6 x 22.6 cm. Volume - Greek sculpture Format: 38 x 28 cm. 192 pages. 5-ink printing. Gallery Gloss coated art paper 170 g. Lid lining in 150 g semi-matt coated and matte laminated. Binding: 3 mm lined and laminated cardboard. Flat spine sewn with black Setalux Brilliant fabric and printed with silkscreen.