Flying Nike (Victory)
Statuette of flying Nike (Victory). She is looking to the right. She is wearing a transparent high-belted, sleeveless chiton, which leaves her right breast and left le …
Marble statue of Aphrodite | Greek | Hellenistic | The Met
1966. Odyssey of an Art Collector : Unity in Diversity, 5000 Years of Art no. 35, pp. 29, 142, New Orleans: New Orleans Museum of Art.Picón, Carlos A. 2007. Art of the Classical World in the Metropolitan Museum of Art: Greece, Cyprus, Etruria, Rome
A GREEK MARBLE APHRODITE PONTIA-EUPLOIA. HELLENISTIC PERIOD, CIRCA 1ST CENTURY B.C. - 99 cm. #greekstatue
A GREEK MARBLE APHRODITE PONTIA-EUPLOIA. HELLENISTIC PERIOD, CIRCA 1ST CENTURY B.C. - 99 cm. A GREEK MARBLE APHRODITE PONTIA-EUPLOIA. HELLENISTIC PERIOD, CIRCA 1ST CENTURY B.C. - 99 cm.
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Jewelry in Ancient Greece: Hellenistic Period Pieces
When approaching art or the history related to it, certain questions arise. Such as the who what when where and significance of the object of work of art in question. I think that with jewelry from Ancient Greece, the questions center more on perhaps the significance of the object. Who or what was it made for?
'Head of Alexander, Roman Copy in Marble from Original of Hellenistic Period' Giclee Print - | Art.com
Head of Alexander, Roman Copy in Marble from Original of Hellenistic Period Giclee Print. Find art you love and shop high-quality art prints, photographs, framed artworks and posters at Art.com. 100% satisfaction guaranteed.
Rhyton with centaur protome | Greek | Hellenistic | The Met
1810, accidentally discovered as part of a hoard in a field near Cività Castellana (Falerii Veteres), Italy; 1825, acquired by the Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna from the collection of Count Fries
All About ‘Laocoön and His Sons’: A Marble Masterpiece From the Hellenistic Period
Here, we unearth the fascinating history of 'Laocoon and His Sons,' a Hellenistic sculpture discovered in 1506. Like all Hellenistic works, the Laocoön statue showcases an interest in the realistic and dramatic depiction of movement.