Classic Sculpture

"Silence is as full of potential wisdom and wit as the unshown marble of great sculpture.”
Aldous Huxley

Fragment of Apollo from the Metropolitan Museum


Perfect reproduction of an Apollo head exposed in the entry hall of the Antique Gallery at the Metropolitan Museum in New York. The original one dates from 2 centuries before J-C.. It has been classified in the Hellenistic period: nobody can deny the extreme elegance and perfection of this sculpture that remains an example of greek art !

H 65 x 52 x 50 cm
H 25.59 x 20.47 x 19.68 inch

"Discophorus" Torso


This partial torso of a discus thrower reproduces a fragment of the original bronze statue, now lost, created by the Greek sculptor Naucydes in the early 4th century BC. A reproduction of the whole statue is on display in the Louvre Museum's galleries.

H 75 x 54 x 26 cm
H 29.5 x 21.3 x 10.2 inch

Fragment Of Hermes


This bust represents Hermes, son of Zeus and messenger of the Gods. It's a fragment of an imperial era statue, probably created around 350 BC. The bust presented here is a version called "fragment of bronze." Very elegant oxidized bronze patina.

H 78 x 42 x 20 cm
H 30,71 x 16,54 x 7,87 inch

Venus Nude


Bust fragment of Venus, goddess of Love, of seduction and of beauty in Roman mythology. The original statue probably dates back to 5th century BC.

H 79 x 49 x 34 cm
H 31.1 x 19.3 x 13.4 inch

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