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Statuette of Aphrodite by Praxiteles, Greek and Roman Art Medium: Bronze Rogers Fund, 1911 Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY http://www.metmuseum.org/art/collection/search/248496

Statuette of Aphrodite by Praxiteles, Greek and Roman Art Medium: Bronze Rogers Fund, 1911 Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY http://www.metmuseum.org/art/collection/search/248496

Praxiteles Goddess Aphrodite from the Aphrodite Temple on Knidos Greece original 4th BCE Roman copy Marble

Praxiteles Goddess Aphrodite from the Aphrodite Temple on Knidos Greece original BCE Roman copy Marble

Aphrodite de Cnides // by Praxiteles

marmarinos: “Detail of a head of Aphrodite, inspired by Praxiteles’s Aphrodite of Knidos. Though the source does not specify which copy this image depicts, the head bears a resemblance to the Kaufmann head of Aphrodite, a Roman copy dated to the

Apollo the Python-Slayer. Date: ca. 350 B.C. Artist: Attributed to Praxiteles (Greek, ca. 400 B.C. - ca. 330 B.C.) Medium: Bronze, copper and stone inlay. (detail) - The Ancient Way of Life

Apollo the Python-Slayer. 350 B. Artist: Attributed to Praxiteles (Greek, ca. 330 B.) Medium: Bronze, copper and stone inlay.

Aphrodite (or Venus) of Cnido, by Praxiteles

Aphrodite (or Venus) of Cnido, by Praxiteles

measure for all male beauty: Hermes // Praxiteles, Ancient Olympia, Greece

measure for all male beauty: Hermes // Praxiteles, Ancient Olympia, Greece Much to the destain of Christianity and Islam, the adolescent male was the paragon of beauty and the object of lust.

Venus Cnidia de Praxíteles. Copia romana del busto

Venus Cnidia de Praxíteles. Copia romana del busto

Apollo the Python-Slayer, c. 350 BC Attributed to Praxiteles (Greek, c. 400BC-c. 330BC) | Cleveland Museum of Art

Apollo Sauroktonos (Lizard-Slayer), c. BC attributed to Praxiteles (Greek, c. bronze, copper and stone inlay, Overall - cm

Hermes e Dionísio”, mármore, de Praxíteles, séc. IV a.C. Museu Arqueológico de Olimpia.

Hermes e Dionísio”, mármore, de Praxíteles, séc. IV a.C. Museu Arqueológico de Olimpia.

Apollo the Python-Slayer. Date: ca. 350 B.C. Artist: Attributed to Praxiteles (Greek, ca. 400 B.C. - ca. 330 B.C.) Medium: Bronze, copper and stone inlay. (detai) - The Ancient Way of Life

theancientwayoflife: “~ Apollo the Python-Slayer. 350 B. Artist: Attributed to Praxiteles (Greek, ca. 330 B.) Medium: Bronze, copper and stone inlay.

Três musas em um baixo-relevo de Mantineia atribuído ao escultor de Praxíteles, século IV a. C.

Three Muses from the Mantinea statue base for statues of Leto, Apollo and Artemis - attributed to the workshop of Praxiteles, circa BC - at the National Museum, Athens