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Louvre's Winged Victory flies off for restoration

Hellenistic Sculpture (World of Art): R. R. R. Smith: 9780500202494: Amazon.com: Books

Right: Hellenistic satyr who wears a rustic perizoma (loincloth) and carries a pedum (shepherd's crook).

Greek Sculpture: The Classical Period, a Handbook (World of Art)

Dying Gaul

Hellenistic[edit]

Ancient Greek sculpture

Hellenistic Greek Head of a Young Girl, Century BC, Terracotta, eTiquities by Phoenix Ancient Art

Riace bronzes, examples of proto classic bronze sculpture, Museo Nazionale della Magna Grecia, Reggio Calabria

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Hellenistic Royal Portraits (Oxford Monographs on Classical Archaeology) by R. R. R. Smith (1989-

Portrait Of A Syrian Ruler - Hellenistic

Hellenistic[edit]

The Hellenistic Pergamon Altar: l to r Nereus, Doris, a Giant, Oceanus

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Architecture[edit]

Rare large Late Archaic terracotta statue of Zeus and Ganymede, Olympia.

Courtesy The Metropolitan Museum of Art. 44. ...

The central group at Sperlonga, with the Blinding of Polyphemus; cast reconstruction of the group, with at the right the original figure of the " ...

Figure 5.6b. Detail from the bottom register of the Archelaos Relief of the royal couple, Ptolemy IV and Arsinoë III, crowning Homer Image: P. Butz

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Old Drunkard

T H E H O R S E A N D J O C K E Y F R O M A R T E M I S I O N HELLENISTIC ...

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Figure 9. Ethnos #2, " Ethnos with Bull, " Sebasteion, Aphrodisias

Statuette of Jonah Praying, marble, 280-90, Cleveland Museum of Art.

Dea Nutrix in white terracotta and one of the molds used to produce such sacred icons

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August Rodin, La Danaide - I love the way his sculptures rise out of the stone.

Berlin Standing Kore

Statuette of the Tyche of Constantinople, bronze, early Byzantine, Metropolitan Museum of Art

Greco-Buddhist frieze of Gandhara with devotees, holding plantain leaves, in Hellenistic style, inside Corinthian columns, 1st–2nd century AD, Buner, Swat, ...

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Parthenon Frieze

Santa Barbara Museum of Art. (Photos: R. Smith) ...

Winged Victory of Samothrace

Bust of a Bearded Man, marble, 3rd century, Archaeological Museum, Thessaloniki.

Statue of a prince or dynast without crown, traditionnally thought to be a Seleucid prince, maybe Attalus II of Pergamon. Bronze, Greek artwork of the ...

Charioteer of Delphi, Delphi Museum, Greece

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Statuette of a Saint (?), bronze, 7th century, George Orwitz Collection

Figure 5.5. The Archelaos Relief (“Apotheosis of Homer”), approx. 121 x 76 cm (47 ¾ x 30 in.). London, British Museum, inv. 1819,0812.1 Image: Courtesy of ...

Statuette of Saint Paul, bronze, Bronze 4th or 5th century, Museo Archeologico Nazionale

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Art and Experience in Classical Greece / Edition 1

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(10) See John Ma, Statues and Cities: Honorific Portraits and Civic Identity in the Hellenistic World, Oxford, 2013, p. 270 with discussion of iconography ...

The personifications of Chronos (time) and Oikoumene (the inhabited world) standing to the left of Homer may be crypto-portraits of a Ptolemaic king ...

Courtesy The Metropolitan Museum of Art. 48.

Bust of Eutropius, marble, 2nd half of the 5th century, Kunsthistorisches Museum,

30. Portrait of Sisyphos II, son of Daochos, the figure at the far left in the Daochos group, Delphi (Delphi Mus. 1335 and 1551).

Heracles. Ancient Greece, Panticapaeum. 3rd century BCE.

Statuette of a philosopher [apostle?], bronze, 3rd-4th century,

Fig. 16.Slabs of colossal marble relief from podium of Altar of Zeus at Pergamon. Earlier second century B.C. Antikensammlung, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin.

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Small marble statue of Roman imperial date, copied from original of very early third century B.C. Vatican Museum, Rome.

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Copy of Polyclitus' Diadumenos, National Archaeological Museum, Athens

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The Winged Victory of Samothrace (Hellenistic), The Louvre, Paris

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Traces of paint depicting embroidered patterns on the a peplos of an Archaic kore, Acropolis Museum

Venus de Milo

Head of Aphrodite, “Bartlett Head” Greek artist (Athens) Marble, from Paros 330 BC Philbrook Museum

Figure 7.9 Achilles–Penthesilea sarcophagus, second quarter third century. Vatican City, Museo

Dea Matrona - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia : the Great Mother Goddess

Yet with its parted lips and intense stare the Kalymnos head provides the most eloquent testimony to the expressive capacities of an art tradition that ...

Unknown, Statue of a Muse, Roman, about 200, Marble with polychromy, 91.5 cm (36 in.), 71.AA.461.

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Hellenistic art - A detail of the Belvedere Torso.

Archaic[edit]

I have put off posting the New Iberia installation of Hadrian, because I wanted to verify that it went to Japan, because I wanted to check what kind of ...

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... of Praxiteles, the famous 4th-century-BC creator of the Aphrodite of Knidos. According to one eminent archaeologist the form of the penis pinned down ...

The Marathon Youth, 4th-century BC bronze statue, possibly by Praxiteles, National Archaeological Museum, Athens

I have put off posting the New Iberia installation of Hadrian, because I wanted to verify that it went to Japan, because I wanted to check what kind of ...

Venus de Milo: Greek Statue by Alexandros of Antioch

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Roman Art | Online Scholarly Catalogue | Art Institute of Chicago | Bust of Hadrian

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Agesander of Rhodes - The "Scylla group" of the Sperlonga sculptures. The signatures

Anyway, that is why I came to use the Borghese baby Eros in lieu of my high school yearbook photo for myself on line. In art history courses, 60 years ago, ...

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Cult image - African Songye Power Figure

(4) On famous bronze sculptors, see e.g. Pliny, Natural History, 34.54-68; Andrew Stewart, Greek Sculpture: An Exploration, New Haven and London, 1990, pp.