Categories
Log in
There’s more to see...
Sign up to see the rest of what’s here!

Sculpture

149 Pins

Sculpture

  • 149 Pins

This 2000 year old statue is now against Pintrest's Acceptable Use Policy, which states "You agree not to post User Content that: is sexually explicit or contains nudity, partial nudity or pornography; " FYI.... Statuette of Aphrodite emerging from the sea, Greek or Roman, Eastern Mediterranean, 1st century BC – 1st century AD

This 200 year old Greek bronze statue is now against Pintrest's Acceptable Use Policy, which states "You agree not to post User Content that: is sexually explicit or contains nudity, partial nudity or pornography; " FYI.... Late Classical/Early Hellenistic Greek Bronze Herakles Atop a Circular Base Bronze with glass inlay, 4th-3rd century B.C.E. (this dating seems too early to me, I would classify this as Augustan or Late Republican).

Pan with a Nymph, Roman Imperial, circa 2nd Century A.D., marble, 51 inches high

Turkey / The famous leopard-enthroned goddess from the granary at Çatal Hüyuk, close to 6000 bce.

Yury Molodkovets - The New Hermitage, 2012 (Polythelene over Sculpture).

ROMAN BRONZE APHRODITE (VENUS), 1st century A.D.

A STATUETTE OF A NYMPH H. 23.5 cm. Terracotta Greek, 2nd-1st cent. B.C.

A STATUETTE OF VENUS H. 23.5 cm. Bronze, hollow cast Roman, 2nd-3rd cent. A.D.

Silenus holding the Infant Dionysus (1st century CE), marble, height 190 cm. Roman replica of an original by Lysippus (4th century BCE). Originally located in the Horti Sallustiani, the statue was found in a field not far from the Aurelian Walls of Rome in September 1569. Purchased by Napoleon, it is on display at Louvre Museum

The Esquiline Venus, Roman copy of a Hellenistc Neo-Attic school statue, maybe commissioned by Emperor Claudius for the imperial gardens. The statue was found on the Esquiline Hill in Rome in 1874. On display at Museo Capitolino, Rome.

Diadumenos (diadem-bearer) of Delos, one of the Roman copies of the Bronze Diadumenos of greek sculptor Polykleitos (4th cent. BCE), who is considered one of the most prominent of the antiquity along with Phidias and Myron. National Archaeological Museum, Athens

This Roman statue of Mars is unusual. The god of war is sculpted seated, without armor, and he's holding the sword still in its scabbard as if he is resting after a battle. In addition, the helmet is at his feet and the shield is placed on his right side. So this marble shows a "humanized" god of war. Museo Nazionale Romano, Rome.

Perseus with the head of Medusa, in Florence

Castor and Pollux (San Ildefonso Group)

Dionysus and Eros, Naples Archeological Museum

Melusine by Ludwig Michael von Schwanthaler (1845)

Thanatos as a winged youth, c. 325–300 BC, at Temple of Artemis, Ephesos

A carving of an Anunnaki, an ancient Mesopotamian deity of the underworld.

hercules of monterossa

Object Title: The Priest Höshi Date: 12th century Artist: Anonymous Medium: Wood

Century Ads, Dance Faun, Sculptures, Torso, Art Sculpture, Anatomy, Graeco Romans, 1St Century, Minneapolis Institution

Augustin Pajou, Pluto Enchaining Cerberus, Marble, The Louvre

The Cold Girl by Jean-Antoine Houdin

4.15-m-high granite palisade wall at Sechín Alto, made up of 400 sculptures.13 They appear to have been randomly assembled from another site.