Farnese Hercules

Pillars of Hercules in Ceuta

Farnese Antinous

Fotos de Anatomy 4 sculptors...stunning! The skin folds and the way it looks like skin is stretching over her rib cage and the thighs. so cool! I want to learn how to sculpt!

Sarcophagus and lid with relief of Married couple. Etruscan circa late 4th–early 3rd century B.C

By Matteo Pugliese

Marble portrait of Zeus. Piraeus museum

angel sculpture by michelangelo

Farnese Hercules, early third century AD. Sometimes called the "weary Hercules", it portrays him after he has completed his 12 labors. He is holding the Apples of the Hesperides (his last labor) in his right hand, behind his back. The statue is a copy of the Greek original dating to the fourth century BC. Originally in the Baths of Caracalla.

Hercules (Heracles) ("Farnese"), Roman colossal statue (marble), copy after Hellenistic original, 3rd century AD (original 4th c. BC), (Museo Archeologico Nazionale, Naples).

Title: "Les Trois Grâces" Class: Free-standing statue  Material: Marble Height: 1.19 metres Context: Found in the Villa Cornovaglia in Rome Original / Copy: Roman copy of Greek statue C2nd BC

Hercules and Deianira, 1801, Pietro Finelli

Herakles as a boy strangling a snake. Marble, Roman artwork, 2nd century CE.

Omphale by Byam Shaw, 1914. In Greek mythology she was the mistress of Hercules. Dressed in skin of Nemean lion and holding Hercules' club; the labors of Hercules are in the background

Jeune Hercule, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

Satyr, Capitoline Museum, Rome

Ancient Roman sculpture, Menelaus supporting the body of Patroclus, late 1st century AD


Hercules and Cerberus. Hofburg palace. Vienna. Austria.