About 39 results for the topic "bacchus statue"
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By l freedman · 2003 · cited by 30 — cardinal the best of his abilities in carving a statue of the ancient god. the placement of the figure on a low rough-hewn base suggests that the statue was ...
By r lieberman · cited by 23 — bacchus had little understanding of sculpture, for the statue is a radical work, and the cardinal, presumably put off by what.
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Inspired by statue of bacchus, roman, 1st–3rd century (torso and head), with postantique restorations, gift of dr. and mrs. john d. humber.
The statue of bacchus comprises a beautifully preserved ancient torso; a head from a different ancient statue; and.
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Art world” for his exploits, handed back the 1st century bronze sculpture statue of the god bacchus to the director of the.
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The sculpture was reproduced in marble numerous times during the. roman era. examples of this statue were readily available in rome and the rest of italy during.
3) weight: 500g dionysus was the god of the grape harvest 5) width: 11 cm (4 winemaking and wine handmade in greece flagship quality, low price, ...
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Statue when he was less than thirty years old, the st. ... in 1554 he carved his marble bacchus. ... some bacchus reappeared (figure 2), a marble statue.
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Painshill bacchus, from italy to anglesey abbey by way of. painshill, fonthill, hafod and ashridge. as a postscript a cast of the statue is now being made ...