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The Empress Sabina
White marble. Ca. 130
Roman Sculptor
The Empress Sabina
White marble. Ca. 130
Roman Sculptor

This is the last portrait of Vibia Sabina (83-136 A. D.), wife of the emperor Hadrian. It does not represent her at her real age (some 48 years), but is a highly idealised and rejuvenated image. Her h [+]

Torso of a Youth
White marble. Ca. 150
Roman Sculptor
Torso of a Youth
White marble. Ca. 150
Roman Sculptor

This sculpture reproduces a Greek original of around 410 BC by a follower of Polyclitus. There are numerous copies of that work, known as the "Dresden Youth type" in reference to the best and most com [+]

Venus of Madrid
White marble. Ca. 150
Roman Sculptor
Venus of Madrid
White marble. Ca. 150
Roman Sculptor

This sculpture is a Roman copy of a Hellenistic original dating from the second-first century B.C. Stripped of the baroque additions that distorted it, it is part of a large cycle of Venuses linked by [+]

Aegis-Bearing Jupiter
White marble. Ca. 150
Roman Sculptor
Aegis-Bearing Jupiter
White marble. Ca. 150
Roman Sculptor

The Roman image of Jupiter, inspired by a statue of Zeus from the fifth century B. C., shows the god wearing the aegis (protective cloak) which, according to Homer, was used by Zeus as a weapon to cre [+]

Silenus
Marble. 170 - 190
Roman Sculptor
Silenus
Marble. 170 - 190
Roman Sculptor

This fragment of a Roman statue shows Silenus holding the infant Dionysus in his arms. It is a copy of a Greek original made between 290 and 280 B. C. by one of Lysippus´s pupils. The realistic [+]

Sophocles
White marble. Ca. 150
Roman Sculptor
Sophocles
White marble. Ca. 150
Roman Sculptor

Sophocles (497/6-406/5 b.c.e.) was already famous during his lifetime as his tragedies triumphed at the Dionysian Feasts in Athens more frequently than any others. He is represented with a thin cord a [+]

Dionysus
White marble. Ca. 150
Roman Sculptor
Dionysus
White marble. Ca. 150
Roman Sculptor

The Roman copy of a late Hellenistic model (125-100 B. C.) which, on account of its relaxed posture, recalls Praxiteles’ art. The god, who is leaning on a herm, a distinctive feature of the late first [+]

Xenophon
White marble. Ca. 150
Roman Sculptor
Xenophon
White marble. Ca. 150
Roman Sculptor

The portrait of the writer Xenophon (430-354 b.c.e.), who was a disciple of Socrates in Athens and later commanded an army serving the Persians and Spartans, was identified in 1949, when a herm inscri [+]

Philosopher with the head of Pseudo-Seneca
White marble. Ca. 150
Anonymous; Roman Sculptor
Philosopher with the head of Pseudo-Seneca
White marble. Ca. 150
Anonymous; Roman Sculptor

The body is a Roman copy of a Hellenic original from around 270 B.C.E. which may represent a philosopher of the Epicurean school. The head is a Baroque copy of the type known as pseudo-Seneca. It is m [+]

Emperor Clodius Albinus
Marble. 193 - 196
Roman Sculptor
Emperor Clodius Albinus
Marble. 193 - 196
Roman Sculptor

This work is particularly valuable as one of the very few surviving effigies of emperor Clodius Albinus (193-197 A.D.), who fought Septimus Severus with the support of the Senate in 196 A.D., and mana [+]

The Emperor Antoninus Pius
White marble. Ca. 140
Roman Sculptor
The Emperor Antoninus Pius
White marble. Ca. 140
Roman Sculptor

Titus Aurelius Boionius Arrius Antoninus (86-161 A. D.) was adopted in 138 A. D. by the moribund emperor Hadrian to be his successor. His portrait, dating from shortly after, did not change during the [+]

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 [+]

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