Conan the Barbarian
Faux Bronze Statue
In 1932, Robert E. Howard created CONAN, in a series of short stories published in the illicit world of pulp fiction. Drawing upon the masters of fantasy art who gave CONAN his signature look, this powerful rendition of the barbarian was designed and sculpted by William Paquet. Ascending a barren and treacherous mountainside, the ferocity of his focus set to demolish with unyielding energy.
The statue is hand-painted in an unbelievably realistic faux bronze, cast in polyresin and comes in a handsome collector's box. The figure is 14 inches tall and extremely limited in a numbered edition.