Bronze Code: 310
Height: 5.9 In
Width: 4.7 In
Weight: 1.8 LBs


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Introducing the meticulously crafted bust of Father Makhno, a stellar representation of the historic Nestor Ivanovich Makhno. Our high-quality figurine exemplifies the character embedded within Makhno's persona - fierce, observant, and embodying the spirit of a seasoned commander. As a charming addition to your personal collection or a thoughtful gift for history enthusiasts, this Makhno bust exudes an atmosphere that truly brings history to life.

Nestor Ivanovich Makhno (1888 - 1934), fondly referred to as 'Batka', was a prominent figure in the Soviet Revolutionary Workers' and Peasants' Army of the Yekaterinoslav district. Holding numerous commanding positions, Makhno's roles ranged from a brigadier in the Red Army to the commander of the 1st Insurgent Division. He notably rose to the renowned platform of being the commander of the 'Revolutionary Insurgent Army of Ukraine.' Emphasizing his military prowess, Makhno identified himself as a military commander rather than a civic leader of occupied territories.

The offered bust is carved with impressive attention to detail, capturing Makhno's distinguished features and steely gaze with finesse. Its superior quality stands as a testament to the renowned sculptor's adeptness and commitment to precision. Each contour of the sculpture meticulously narrates the story of this spirited military maverick. It serves as a powerful homage to Makhno's prevalent influence and strategic prowess in the military landscape of his time.

Own this timeless tribute to the 'Batka', a crucial piece of historical art that animates the essence of Nestor Ivanovich Makhno. It's not just a high-quality figurine; it is a tangible piece of rich history, admirably crafted to immortalize the charismatic military commander. From their study to their library, any history buff would be thrilled to add this striking conversational piece to their collection.