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FeR Miniatures - Le Gentilhomme, XVIIe Siècle

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Price:
$52.00
SKU:
FER - FAH00019
Quantity:
This product is available for pre-order only


Product Description

EXPECTED SEPTEMBER 2018

FeR Miniatures - Le Gentilhomme, XVIIe Siècle

75mm resin figure.

10 parts, includes photo-etch

Figure requires assembly and painting.

WHY YOU SHOULD CONSIDER BUYING THIS FIGURE:
– The characteristic sculpting style of Eduard Pérez perfectly captures the feel and elegance of the period.

– It can be displayed along the previous Cavalier (FAH00015) to create a stunning two miniatures vignette.
– It includes photo-etched parts, which allow an unprecedented level of realism in depicting delicate parts like the rapier sword and the spurs
– The miniature’s elements allow plenty of options for painting.
– The signature resin quality of the figure allows it to be clean and ready in almost no time, so precious free time is invested in what really matters: painting and having fun.

As many other countries and territories of the period, France became involved in the infamous Thirty Years War. Even if this war proved to be one of the most useless and exhausting conflicts ever to raze Europe, in this particular country it is associated with the times of Louis XIII and Cardinal Richelieu, the splendor of French Baroque or the struggle against the Habsburg and the Huguenots.

The deeds and aesthetics of the soldiers from that particular period have always been evocative and romantic. From writers like Alexandre Dumas in his stories about “The Three Musketeers” to painters like Ernest Meissonier, many artists have idealized the simpler and chivalrous times of pre-industrialized France.

We also have decided to render in miniature some of these romantic subjects, as they remain really appealing to many of us. This figure is a non-particularly defined gentleman of the era, based on engravings and period paintings that can be used to depict a variety of subjects. It includes photo-etched parts that allow some of the elements to be portrayed in a much finer and realistic way (in this case, the spurs and the rapier sword’s lacing).