Larrey: Gentaro Asaki, painted, 54mm
Work size (including diorama base): W60 x D60 x H120mm
Information edit: Sakatsu Gallery
Dominique-Jean Larrey (1766-1802) was a French military doctor who lived during the reign of Napoleon.
The first ambulance in human history was a carriage developed by Larrey in 1792 in the midst of the French Revolution to get wounded soldiers to a place where they could be treated as quickly as possible.
In 1796, he invented the spring-loaded carriage to improve the transport of wounded soldiers on the battlefield, and he also made a name for himself with his medical reforms.
The kit is made of white metal (soft metal) and carefully painted with oil paints, making this a historical figure.
This is a small, palm-sized figure, but the weight of the metal combined with the majesty of the figure gives a sense of the weight of history.
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