'Tribulation' (2015) mixed media assemblage [detail] by Kris Kuksi

'Tribulation' mixed media assemblage [detail] by Kris Kuksi (This is just beautiful. I can feel the emotions it shows)

Two of several water nymph statues in York House Gardens Twickenham along side the River Thames and near Dial House Riverside -- The statues were Imported from Italy by a Whitaker Wright who following his conviction for fraud took his own life in court from cyanide in 1904 This led to Sir Ratan Tata an Indian grandee to aquire the statues and bring them into his gardens at York House - source - The Twickenham Museum

“ Lovers ” “ Water Nymphs ” by Sculptor Unknown “ Lovers ” “ Water Nymphs ” by Sculptor Unknown Two of several water nymph statues in York House Gardens Twickenham along side the River Thames and near Dial House Riverside

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Detail >Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux (French, Ugolino and His Sons, modeled ca. executed in marble The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

Alexander1256 - Alexandre, o Grande – Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre

Alexander the of Alexander in Istanbul Archaeology Museum. - Ancient king of Macedonia in northern Greece. Born in Pella, up to 16 years have been made in any of his mentor Aristotle. 30 years old, he has created one of the largest empire in history

ALEXANDER THE GREAT - (356-323 B.C.) NEVER LOST A SINGLE BATTLE, WENT ON TO CONQUER 95% OF THE KNOWN WORLD AT 25

ALEXANDER THE GREAT: Alexander the Great in a Himation, Hellenistic, after an original by Lysippos, late or century BC, Istanbul Archaeology Museum

A Lista de Reis Sumérios ainda intriga os historiadores depois de mais de um século de pesquisas pelo meio acadêmico Fora dos muitos artefatos incríveis que já foram recuperados a partir de sitios …

The Sumerian King List is an ancient manuscript originally recorded in the Sumerian language, listing kings of Sumer , their supposed reign lengths, and the locations of "official" kingship.

.eternidade...

Patricia Cronin - Memorial to a Marriage, A three-ton marble mortuary sculpture.

"The Victorious Youth"-A BRONZE Greek statue's survival is a rarity! However, this statue, like the Riace statues, survived a Roman shipwreck in the Adriatic Sea, only to be discovered 2,000 years later by divers or fishermen. Romans once took these statues for a variety of purposes such as to be admired, or to be melted down and re-used for building materials. We are fortunate that a few survived.

“"The Victorious Youth"-A Greek bronze statue that survived an ancient Roman shipwreck in the Adriatic.

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