Philip of Macedon Plaque
Philip of Macedon was father of Alexander the Great and architect of the powerful Macedonian phalanx which later conquered the Persian Empire. It is him that elevated the Macedonians into a leading nation in Europe after having defeated all neighboring lands and annexed them to Macedonia. He defeated the Illyrians, the Thracians, the Greeks, the Scythians, and Triballians.
Weight: 18 Lb.
Dimensions: W: 16" H: 22" D: 3"
Goran's original creations and classical art reproductions are frequently used to adorn the exteriors and interiors of custom-built homes in Canada and the United States, and are purchased by private collectors around the world. His body of work also includes decorative sculpture on the altars of churches.His creations are conceived in his heart and emerge magically through his skilled hands, characterized by elegance of proportion and graceful beauty.