"wearing a diaphanous chiton with buttoned sleeve, narrow belt tied at the waist, and himation with long deeply carved folds falling at her side, some gathered up against the edge of the chiton in back" a hellenistic marble tor | statues and figures | sotheby's n09236lot7t87len

a hellenistic marble ||| statues and figures

"wearing a diaphanous chiton with buttoned sleeve, narrow belt tied at the waist, and himation with long deeply carved folds falling at her side, some gathered up against the edge of the chiton in back" a hellenistic marble tor

Marble Statue of Aphrodite in the Metropolitan Museum of Art - Greek, Hellenistic, 2nd century BC

Marble Statue of Aphrodite in the Metropolitan Museum of Art - Greek, Hellenistic, century BC Vionett was inspired from Greek art.

Pentelic marble statue; draped female torso; stands on left foot, right leg drawn back; head, which was separately made, fits into socket; forearms and most of the feet missing. Probably a stock Greek-style body for a Roman female portrait. Culture/period:      Roman (Julio-Claudian?) 1stC

ancientpeoples: Pentelic marble statue of a draped female torso Century AD Julio Claudian (?) (Source: The British Museum)

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A Hellenistic Marble Torso of Aphrodite, circa Century B., or earlier - Egyptian, Classical, and Western Asiatic Antiquities

Homer - semi-profile, Roman bust (marble), copy after Hellenistic original, ? (original 2nd c. BC), (Palazzo Nuovo, Rome).

After the Hellenistic original of the century BCE. Rome, Capitoline Museums, Palazzo Nuovo, Hall of the Philosophers. (Photo by Sergey Sosnovskiy).

Goddess Persephone marble statue - circa 50BC-50 AD, heigt 151 cm - at the Gardner Museum

A Goddess (Persephone) 20 AD Greek, after a work of about 340 BC Marble, cm high Genre: Ancient Art, Sculpture Location: Courtyard Accession Number:

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Atlas ("Farnese") holding up the celestial sphere, Roman statue (marble), copy…

Terracotta figure of flying Nike (Victory). Greek. Hellenistic Period. 2nd century B.C. | The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Terracotta figure of flying Nike (Victory). Place of manufacture: Asia Minor, Aeolis, Myrina. The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

Artemis. Pentelic marble. Roman 1st–2nd C. CE,  Artemis is identified  by her himation (coat) thrown over the left shoulder and girded around the waist,  and chiton (tunic) rolled up for running.

Statue of Artemis of the Seville-Palatine type. centuries CE, Artemis is identified by her clothes: himation (coat) thrown over the left shoulder and girded around the waist, chiton (tunic) rolled up for running.

Nike (la Victoire) Grèce période Hellénistique 2eme siècle av JC, Myrina, Aeolis, Asie Mineure

Flying Nike (Victory) Greek East Greece Hellenistic Period, century B. Myrina, Aeolis, Asia Minor I simply adore the movement in this, and how to make hard stone seem transparent.

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