Apollo Bust Sculpture (Large)
Our Large Apollo Bust is a reduced reproduction of the Italian antique version from 1780 of Apollo Belvedere. The Roman marble statue from c. 120-140 can be seen in the Vatican Museums and is thought to be a copy of a Greek original from BC 350-325 made of bronze by Leochares. The famous Diana of Versailles statue or so called Diana Chasseresse is a Roman copy of the Greek original by Leochares as well. It is well-known that Apollo and Diana (or Artemis in Greek mythology) were twins…
David Reduction Bust - Item #96
26 Inches High x 15.5 Inches Wide x 19 Inches Deep This is a reduction model created by sculptor Ndricim Bejko, who works for the Caproni Collection (formerly the Giust Gallery) and Skylight Studios, Inc. He created it with reference to an original full-size Caproni cast of Michelangelo’s David. David was originally placed in the Piazza della Signoria (where a marble replica is today) and is now in the Accademia Gallery. Three times the height of a man, David stands almost 17 feet tall…
Apollo Belvedere bust
The Apollo Belvedere or Apollo of the Belvedere - also called the Pythian Apollo - is a celebrated marble sculpture from Classical Antiquity. It was rediscovered at Anzio in the late 15th century, during the Renaissance. From the mid-18th century, it was
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