Bronze Code: 291
Height: 8.9 In
Width: 5.9 In
Weight: 4.9 LBs


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This impressive bust of Rokossovsky is a masterful creation of respected sculptor N. Baganov. A grand testament to Soviet military might and the tenacity of the human spirit, this large-scale, meticulously crafted piece is perfect for lovers of history, military memorabilia and fine art alike.

Beautifully detailed and startlingly lifelike, this bust captures the strength and resolve of Konstantin Konstantinovich Rokossovsky, a celebrated Soviet military commander and two-time recipient of the prestigious Hero of the Soviet Union award. Arguably one of the greatest military leaders of World War II, Rokossovsky’s remarkable ability to skillfully conduct both defensive and offensive operations earned him the deep respect and admiration of contemporaries and subordinates alike.

Enshrined in history as the esteemed Marshal who commanded the monumental Victory Parade on Red Square in the heart of Moscow, Rokossovsky’s legacy is immortalized in this exceptional piece. This bust flawlessly reflects the epoch spirit and serves as a tribute to the bravery of the Soviet military in World War II.

Crafted in the 1980s as part of a series of busts depicting Soviet generals from the Second World War, this piece is as valuable for its historic importance as it is for its aesthetic merits. Sculptor N. Baganov left no detail unturned, creating a tangible portrayal of a man who led his nation through one of the most turbulent periods in human history.

The admiration for Baganov's craftsmanship extends to collecting circles, with a particular appreciation for his accurate and compassionate representation of the human face. This bust embodies Baganov's extraordinary ability to not just sculpt a likeness, but to reveal the soul of his subject, making it a resounding tribute to a celebrated hero and a striking art piece that transcends time.