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Herm
White marble. Ca. 150 a.C.
Roman Sculptor
Herm
White marble. Ca. 150 a.C.
Roman Sculptor

This is a Roman copy of an Attic work of about 410-400 B. C. representing Hermes in the form of a pillar. In Athens, the different types of hermae included those donated by councillors so they could b [+]

Dionysiac Party
Marble. 50 A.C. - 25 a.C.
Roman Sculptor
Dionysiac Party
Marble. 50 A.C. - 25 a.C.
Roman Sculptor

Queen Christina of Sweden’s famous puteal is not a parapet (puteal in Latin), but an altar from the garden of a Roman villa (the top is currently missing). The different scenes of the relief show seve [+]

Wingless Cupid
Bronze. 25 A.C. - 15
Roman Sculptor
Wingless Cupid
Bronze. 25 A.C. - 15
Roman Sculptor

This Augustean-era classicist version of a late Hellenistic Eros (c. 100 B. C.) once carried a metal torch in each hand. It is an example of the so-called “dumb servants”. In this case, the Cupid prob [+]

Athena
White marble. Early I century
Roman Sculptor
Athena
White marble. Early I century
Roman Sculptor

This is a Roman copy of a statue of Athena, created between 450 and 440 B. C. by the Greek sculptor Myron, together with the figure of Marsyas. Installed on the Acropolis of Athens, between the Propyl [+]

Herm
White marble. First half of the I century
Roman Sculptor
Herm
White marble. First half of the I century
Roman Sculptor

Roman copy of a herm dating from between 425 and 420 B. C. It was the tyrant Hipparchus of Athens who ordered the construction, circa 520 B. C. of the first hermae of this type, milestones topped with [+]

Aphrodite and Eros
White carrara marble. Ca. 35
Roman Sculptor
Aphrodite and Eros
White carrara marble. Ca. 35
Roman Sculptor

Double hermae of gods, similar to the image of the two-headed Janus, were created from the first century B. C. onwards for Roman collectors. Here, Aphrodite and her son Eros, the goddess and god of lo [+]

Torso of Aphrodite
Marble. 50 - 75
Roman Sculptor
Torso of Aphrodite
Marble. 50 - 75
Roman Sculptor

In order to emphasise Aphrodite’s nudity and arouse interest Hellenistic artists rarely depicted her entirely without clothes. Here the goddess’s mantle is held up between her legs. This sculpture fol [+]

Dionysus
White marble. 75 - 100
Roman Sculptor
Dionysus
White marble. 75 - 100
Roman Sculptor

This Roman herm, which was probably made to decorate a theatre, uses an image of Dionysus in the form of a mask, created between 425 and 400 B. C. in Athens. At that time, it was usual to hang these m [+]

Venus of the “Medici Venus” type
Marble. 75 - 100
Roman Sculptor
Venus of the “Medici Venus” type
Marble. 75 - 100
Roman Sculptor

This Venus is of the same type as the one in the Medici collection (Florence, Uffizi, c. 100BC), which allows us to know that she originally covered her pubis and breasts with her arms. With her small [+]

Venus
Marble. 80 - 90
Anonymous; Roman Sculptor
Venus
Marble. 80 - 90
Anonymous; Roman Sculptor

Originally in the collection of the 7th Marquis del Carpio, Spanish Ambassador in Rome (1676-82) and Viceroy of Naples (1682-87), this sculpture consists of a nude, Greco-Roman torso with some survivi [+]

Venus with Perfume Bottle
White marble. 100 - 110
Roman Sculptor
Venus with Perfume Bottle
White marble. 100 - 110
Roman Sculptor

A Roman copy of a Hellenistic original from around 150 B.C: considered the best version of the so-called "Marine Venus". The simplicity of her robes and the detailed analysis of her anatomy, which is [+]

Hermes-Sakkôn
Marble. 100 - 110
Roman Sculptor
Hermes-Sakkôn
Marble. 100 - 110
Roman Sculptor

This is a Roman copy of an Athenian original from the early fourth century B. C. Its archaising appearance responds not only to the hermae tradition but also to the oriental nature of this particular [+]

Aphrodite of Cnidus
White marble. 120 - 130
Roman Sculptor
Aphrodite of Cnidus
White marble. 120 - 130
Roman Sculptor

The Roman copy of Praxiteles’s most famous work was made circa 350 B. C. for the sanctuary of the goddess in Cnidus (Asia Minor). As the first female monumental nude in the history of art, in Antiquit [+]

Hypnos
Marble. 120 - 130
Roman Sculptor
Hypnos
Marble. 120 - 130
Roman Sculptor

This personification of dreams ("Hypnos") is the brother of Death and son of Night and Erebus (the darkness of hell). Hypnos traveled around the world on wings, making the living drowsy. His attribute [+]

The Dance of the Maenads
White marble. 120 - 140
Roman Sculptor
The Dance of the Maenads
White marble. 120 - 140
Roman Sculptor

The four reliefs of Bacchantes (E00042, E00043, E00045 y E00046) are Roman copies of Greek originals made in Athens in the late fifth-century B.C. to adorn a monument to Dionysius, or related with the [+]

The Dance of the Maenads
White marble. 120 - 140
Roman Sculptor
The Dance of the Maenads
White marble. 120 - 140
Roman Sculptor

The four reliefs of Bacchantes (E00042, E00043, E00045 y E00046) are Roman copies of Greek originals made in Athens in the late fifth-century B.C. to adorn a monument to Dionysius, or related with the [+]

The Dance of the Maenads
White marble. 120 - 140
Roman Sculptor
The Dance of the Maenads
White marble. 120 - 140
Roman Sculptor

The four reliefs of Bacchantes (E00042, E00043, E00045 y E00046) are Roman copies of Greek originals made in Athens in the late fifth-century B.C. to adorn a monument to Dionysius, or related with the [+]

The Dance of the Maenads
White marble. 120 - 140
Roman Sculptor
The Dance of the Maenads
White marble. 120 - 140
Roman Sculptor

The four reliefs of Bacchantes (E00042, E00043, E00045 y E00046) are Roman copies of Greek originals made in Athens in the late fifth-century B.C. to adorn a monument to Dionysius, or related with the [+]

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