ANCIENT ART
SCULPTURE | ROME | Roman copy after a Greek originals | Torsos
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1. SCULPTURE. Greece.
Statue of a youth. Roman copy in style of the school of Praxiteles.
Fine-graine white marble. First half of the 6th century BCE.
Height of a preserved part 1.024 m.
Inv. No. S-3738.
Corinth, Archaeological Museum of Ancient Corinth.
2. SCULPTURE. Greece.
Statue of a youth. Roman copy in style of the school of Praxiteles.
Fine-graine white marble. First half of the 6th century BCE.
Height of a preserved part 1.024 m.
Inv. No. S-3738.
Corinth, Archaeological Museum of Ancient Corinth.
3. SCULPTURE. Rome.
Statue of “silenus”.
Marble.
Florence, Palazzo Corsini.
4. SCULPTURE. Rome.
Marble torso of a boy (so-called Narcissus).
Marble. Roman copy of the 1st—2nd cent. CE of a Greek bronze original of the late 5th cent. BCE.
Inv. No. 13.229.2.
New York, the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
5. SCULPTURE. Rome.
Marble torso of a boy (so-called Narcissus).
Marble. Roman copy of the 1st—2nd cent. CE of a Greek bronze original of the late 5th cent. BCE.
Inv. No. 13.229.2.
New York, the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
6. SCULPTURE. Rome.
Torso of a boy (Niobe’s son?).
Marble. Roman period (1st—2nd cent. CE) based on a Greek original ca. 425—400 BCE.
Inv. No. 07.286.108.
New York, the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
7. SCULPTURE. Rome.
Torso of a youth.
Marble. Roman period (1st—2nd cent. CE) based on a Greek original from the 4th century BCE.
Inv. No. 13.229.1.
New York, the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
8. SCULPTURE. Rome.
Torso of Eros.
Marble. Roman period (1st—2nd cent. CE) Adaptation of a Greek bronze statue representing Apollo Sauroktonos (Lizard Slayer) of ca. 350 BCE by Praxiteles.
Inv. No. 24.97.14.
New York, the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
9. SCULPTURE. Rome.
Torso — variant of a Diadoumenos by Polykleitos.
Marble. 130—140 CE. Roman copy of a Greek original of the 5th century BCE.
Private collection, Geneva.
10. SCULPTURE. Rome.
Torso of Apollo (the so-called Omphalos).
Pentelic marble. Roman work of the end-1st—early-2nd cent. CE after a Greek bronze statue by Kalamis of ca. 370—360 BCE.
Inv. No. MC 1832.
Rome, Capitoline Museums, Museum Montemartini (Centrale Montemartini), II. 26.
11. SCULPTURE. Rome.
Dancing youth with a head of a satyr from a different statue.
Marble. Roman copies (1st-2nd cent. CE) of ellinistic originals.
Inv. No. 46 (inv. 1848) / 97 (cat. 1937).
Rome, Galleria Colonna.
12. SCULPTURE. Rome.
Dancing youth with a head of a satyr from a different statue.
Marble. Roman copies (1st-2nd cent. CE) of ellinistic originals.
Inv. No. 46 (inv. 1848) / 97 (cat. 1937).
Rome, Galleria Colonna.
13. SCULPTURE. Rome.
Dancing youth with a head of a satyr from a different statue.
Marble. Roman copies (1st-2nd cent. CE) of ellinistic originals.
Inv. No. 46 (inv. 1848) / 97 (cat. 1937).
Rome, Galleria Colonna.
14. SCULPTURE. Rome.
Torso of an athlet (so-called “Torso Valentini”).
Marble. A roman copy of ca. 100 CE after a Greek bronze model od mid-5th cent. BCE.
Rome, Roman National Museum, Palazzo Massimo alle Terme.
15. SCULPTURE. Rome.
Torso of an athlet (so-called “Torso Valentini”).
Marble. A roman copy of ca. 100 CE after a Greek bronze model od mid-5th cent. BCE.
Rome, Roman National Museum, Palazzo Massimo alle Terme.
16. SCULPTURE. Rome.
Torso of an athlet (so-called “Torso Valentini”).
Marble. A roman copy of ca. 100 CE after a Greek bronze model od mid-5th cent. BCE.
Rome, Roman National Museum, Palazzo Massimo alle Terme.
17. SCULPTURE. Rome.
Torso of Philocthetes bitten by snake by Pythagoras?
Marble.
Rome, Roman National Museum, Palazzo Massimo alle Terme.
18. SCULPTURE. Rome.
Torso of an ephebe.
Coarse-grained marble (Italy?). Roman copy based on a Greek original of the 4th century BCE.
Height 60 cm.
Inv. No. A. 149.
Saint Petersburg, The State Hermitage Museum.
19. SCULPTURE. Rome.
Torso of an ephebe.
Fine-grained marble (Greek?). Roman period.
Height 50 cm.
Inv. No. A.941.
Saint Petersburg, The State Hermitage Museum.
20. SCULPTURE. Rome.
Torso of an ephebe.
Fine-grained marble (Italy?). Roman period, based on a Greek original from the 5th century BCE.
Height 1.33 m.
Inv. No. A936.
Saint Petersburg, The State Hermitage Museum.
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