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Vicente López y Portaña: María Cristina de Borbón-Dos Sicilias, Reina de España (detail), 1830.

Detail of a life-sized marble statue by Richard James Wyatt (1795-1850), English. Detroit Institute of Art

Another one with the draped braids like like to do. I'm really interesting on what's going on in with the loose hair too the side too. Maybe a really loose braid on curly hair, but the braid seems to start above the circlet. I need to get some more angles.

❤ - Detail. Statue of Dionysus. Marble, 2nd century CE (arms and legs were heavily restored in the 18th century), found in Italy. Department of Greek, Etruscan and Roman antiquities, Denon, ground floor, room A. Louvre Museum.

…if u look close enuf, u can see that she’s got love in her eyes. (via nezartdesign)

The secret of its skeleton, Stiff and white.

Our Lady of Grace/Notre Dame de Grasse - detail, ca 1470, Languedoc, 112×75×38cm, Musée des Augustins, Toulouse. |

“Was not Hypatia the greatest philosopher of Alexandria, and a true martyr to the old values of learning? She was torn to pieces by a mob of incensed Christians not because she was a woman, but because her learning was so profound, her skills at dialectic so extensive that she reduced all who queried her to embarrassed silence. They could not argue with her, so they murdered her.” ― Iain Pears, The Dream of Scipio

Sculpture detail Louvre...#art #sculpture #statue

Statue of Aphrodite [Roman copy of a Greek statue] (52.11.5) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Statue of Mercury. Paros marble. 2nd century AD

The Graces - Aglaia (Splendor), Euphrosyne (Mirth) and Thalia (Good Cheer). Daughters of Zeus and Eurynome, a child of the Titan, Ocean.