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Athena: Greek goddess of wisdom and war strategy Ancient Art, Ancient History, Art History, Greek And Roman Mythology, Greek Gods And Goddesses, Statues, Symbole Viking, Athena Goddess, Minerva Goddess

Vatican Museum - Athena

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Calliope The muse of epic poetry, daughter of Zeus and Mnemosyne. marble 1763 AUGUSTIN PAJOU French National Gallery of Art The National Mall, 401 Constitution Ave NW, Washington, DC Ancient Greek Sculpture, Greek Statues, Ancient Art, Roman Sculpture, Art Sculpture, Sculptures, Roman Art, National Gallery Of Art, Greek Art

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Calliope The muse of epic poetry, daughter of Zeus and Mnemosyne. marble 1763 AUGUSTIN PAJOU French 1730-1809 National Gallery of Art The National Mall,... Calliope

Giovanni Battista Lombardi - Ruth, 1864 - White marble on a veined white marble column statue (inc. Italian Sculptors, Art Sculpture, Metal Sculptures, Abstract Sculpture, Bronze Sculpture, Portrait, Oeuvre D'art, Human Body, Sculpting

Giovanni Battista Lombardi (Italia, 1823-1880) - Ruth, 1864. Mármol, 117 cm de altura (colección privada)

Defining Beauty Exhibition – Ancient History et cetera - - The British Museum in London has just announced an upcoming exhibition that's right down our alley: Defining beauty - the body in ancient Greek art. Ancient Greek Sculpture, Ancient Greek Art, Greek Statues, Ancient Greece, Ancient History, Art History, Angel Statues, British History, British Museum

Why are Greek statues always NAKED?

Greeks considered being naked as a heroic state, hence why all athletes competed nude, but to be aroused was seen as a sign of weakness, hence why all Greek heroes have small genitals.

Greek art and sculpture has had a profound effect for art throughout the ages. Here are six ancient greek sculptures everyone should know. Ancient Greek Sculpture, Greek Statues, Ancient Art, Winged Victory Of Samothrace, Life Size Statues, Classical Period, Roman Sculpture, Louvre, Ancient Greece

Six Ancient Greek Sculptures Everyone Should Know - DailyArtMagazine.com - Art History Stories

Topic: Greek Sculpture; Hermes of Praxiteles, this was made in honor of the greek God, Hermes. On the sculpture, he is carrying a character in Greek Mythology, the infant Dionysus. It is one of the original ancient masterpieces of the great Greek sculptor Praxiteles.

Phidias (Greek sculptor), "Elgin Marbles" from the Parthenon, BCE, British Museum, London. Greek History, Ancient History, Art History, Classical Greece, Classical Art, Ancient Greek Art, Ancient Greece, Roman Sculpture, Sculpture Art

Phidias (Greek sculptor), "Elgin Marbles" from the Parthenon, 447–438 BCE, British Museum, London.

Roman Emperor Commodus at New York Metropolitan Museum of Art - Greek Roman,a inspiré le fim gladiator Statue Tattoo, Ancient Rome, Ancient Art, Ancient History, Roman Sculpture, Sculpture Art, Sculptures, Roman History, Art History

Roman Emperor Commodus at New York Metropolitan Museum of Art - Greek Roman Collection

Roman Emperor Commodus at New York Metropolitan Museum of Art - Greek Roman Collection | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Eternal…Marble statue of a Youth, 1 century A., Roman copy of Greek original, adaptation of a Greek statue type of the late century B. Roman Sculpture, Art Sculpture, Sculptures, Sculpture Ideas, Statue Tattoo, Sculpture Romaine, 1 Century, Rome Antique, Greek Statues

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greek statue Ares (the so-called Ludovisi Ares). Roman copy of the cent. CE after a Greek original of the cent. BCE, presumably by Scopas Minor. Restored in 1622 by Gian Lorenzo B Ancient Greek Sculpture, Ancient Greek Art, Sculpture Metal, Roman Sculpture, Guerrero Tattoo, Statues, Michael Lang, Renaissance, Marble Art

Nel 1620 l'Ares Ludovisi era di proprietà del cardinale Ludovico Ludovisi. Bernini restaura aggiungendo l'amorino, un piede e le dita della mano nel 1620