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large dying gaul
Dying Gaul 30" Long
Made from plaster with an ochre wash, the Dying Gaul is suitable for interior use, and measures 14”H x 13”W x 30”L. 46181-1225
Dying Gaul Grande Sculpture

dying gaul greek sculpture
Dying Gaul
Capitoline Museum, Rome. Roman copy after a bronze original of c. 3rd century BC. Bonded marble with solid marble base, imported from Italy.

Small:
9"W x 3.5"D x 6"H, TAL489-91-175
Dying Gaul Hellenistic Warrior Sculpture
Large: 12"W x 5"D x 7"H, TAL489-121-1149

This sculpture depicts one of the Celtic warriors from the Gauls fifty-year war with the Greeks. Illustrated with an elegant simplicity, the warrior--who has fought bravely without armor and wearing only a Celtic torque around his neck--lowers his head and clasps his leg stoically.
Dying Gaul Hellenistic Warrior Sculpture


Asclepios, Greek God of Medicine Statue
Asclepios, Greek God of Medicine Statue

Asclepios was the Greek god of medicine and healing (called Aesculapius in Rome). He was the son of Apollo and the nymph Coronis according to legend, but most probably a mortal who originally practiced healing in the area of Trikkala on the Thessalian plain of central Greece and came later to be considered a god. He’s most famous sanctuary was located in Epidaurus. The temples of Asclepios are always associated with sacred springs, whose waters carried the healing powers of the Earth. Made from cultured marble, measures 10"H. G-036SM1-149
Asclepios, Greek God of Medicine Statue


Asclepious, Greek God of Medicine, Large
Asclepious, Greek God of Medicine, Large
The main attribute of Asclepius is a physician's staff with an Asclepian snake wrapped around it; this is how he was distinguished in the art of healing, and his attribute still survives to this day as the symbol of the modern medical profession. He is shown as a venerable old man with thick and wavy hair and a heavy beard. He wears his himation or cloak in the style worn by learned teachers in the fifth and fourth centuries B.C., leaving most of the breast uncovered. The cock was also sacred to Asclepius and was the bird sacrificed at his altar. It is also said that Hippocrates was a descendant of Asclepios. This statue reproduces a marble original found in the Temple of Asclepios at Epidauros.

Made from cultured marble, measures 35"H. G-051S1-1210
Asclepios, Greek God of Medicine, Large


Winged Phallic Symbol Statue
Winged Phallic Symbol Statue

Dionysus Temple, Delos Island, Greece, 300 B.C.

The phallic bird was used in Ancient Greece for fertility rituals, and dionisiac processions where participants carried phallic poles. The unveiling of the phallus constituted an important rite of Dionysiac celebrations. The phallus was a popular symbol of fertility. Phallic imagery in public monuments and in ordinary domestic and commercial plaques can be found at different times and places throughout the Greek world. Phallic icons were often placed outside houses,in doorways, walls, boundaries, graves, etc. It was often used as a symbol of protection and warding off evil. The phallus not only decorated and protected houses but also individuals. Amulets of bronze, brass, coral, bone or gold in the shape of a phallus were often worn as rings or pendants by both children and adults to ward off evil. Phallic artifacts includes amulets, lamps, votives, figurines, boundary markers, ornaments, tintinnabula and pottery. Made from cultured marble, measures 5"H. G-021S1-132
Winged Phallus Phallic Symbol Statue


hercules and cacus
Influenced by the
Ancient Artists...

Hercules and Cacus
Piazza della Signoria, Florence. Baccio Bandinelli. 16th century. Bonded carrara marble, black marble base, imported from Italy, 7"W x 6"D x 19"H. TAL4811-1205
Hercules and Cacus by Bandinelli


Mercury (Hermes)
Mercury (Hermes)
Mercury (Hermes) acted as messenger of the gods and a deity of wealth, trade and travelers. He assisted many gods by using his winged sandals named "talaria" which he wears in this 16th sculpture by Giovanni da Bologna (Giambologna) now in the National Museum, Florence. (Talaria Enterprises is named for his sandals). Made from bonded carrara marble, black marble base, imported from Italy, 5"W x 3"D x 15.5"H. TAL7231-1149
Mercury / Hermes by Giambologna

Hercules and Diomedes
Hercules and Diomedes
As the eighth of his twelve labors decreed by the Oracle of Delphi, Hercules was to gather the flesh-eating mares of Diomedes and bring them to Eurytheus, king of Mycenae. This piece illustrates Hercules and Diomedes in mortal combat. Legend has it that Hercules fed the vanquished Diomedes to his mares, who then became quite tame. Original in the Palazzo Vecchio, Florence from the 16th Century. Made from bonded white marble, black marble base, imported from Italy, 12”H. 43081-193.00
Hercules and Diomedes from Palazzo Vecchio, Florence

Roman Charioteer Statue with Two Horses, Bonded Bronze
As one of the most popular sports in the early Olympic games, the chariot race always marked the opening of the games. It was followed by the pentathlon which consisted of running, jumping, javelin and discus throwing and wrestling. This sculpture of a Greek / Roman Charioteer in his chariot drawn by two horses is an exquisite recreation of this historical event. Every angle reveals new details such as an eagle's head (symbol of the Roman empire) on the front of the chariot. Made from bonded bronze, this beautiful Roman Charioteer measures 11”L. 65611-169
Roman Charioteer Statue with Two Horses, Bonded Bronze

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Roman Charioteer Statue Grande, Bonded Bronze

As one of the most popular sports in the early Olympic games, the chariot race always marked the opening of the games. It was followed by the pentathlon which consisted of running, jumping, javelin and discus throwing and wrestling. This sculpture of a Greek / Roman Charioteer in his chariot drawn by two horses is an exquisite recreation of this historical event. Every angle reveals new details such as an eagle's head (symbol of the Roman empire) on the front of the chariot.

25"L x 9.5"W x 16.5"H. 61751-1340
Roman Charioteer Statue Grande, Bonded Bronze, Large


gladiator with lion
Roman Gladiator with Lion
Bonded white marble and base, imported from Italy, 12"H, 34101-1129

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Roman Gladiator Wrestling Lion Sculpture from Italy


14”L x 9”H x 5”D
40241-1175
She Wolf with Romulus and Remus - 14 Statue from Italy
8"
4024_81-165
She Wolf with Romulus and Remus - 14 Statue from Italy
She Wolf with Romulus and Remus
According to Roman myth, the Roman Republic was founded by two young brothers, Romulus and Remus, who suckled a She-Wolf named Lupa. This famous sculpture originally in bronze (ca. 500-480 BC), was placed (without the children who were a Renaissance addition) on the Capitoline Hill as a symbol of the strength and might of the new Roman people. The original (33.5”H) is now housed in the Museo Capitolino in Rome. Made from bonded carrara marble, black marble base, imported from Italy.
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The Victor
The Victor
Standing on top of the defeated lion, the victor holds his knife in one hand and his prize in the other. Made from white Carrara bonded marble, on a black marble base, imported from Italy, and measures 17H x 11W x 6L. 47851-1199The Victor Statue from Italy

discus thrower sculpture
Diskobolos
Museo Nazionale delle Terme, Rome. Roman copy of a bronze Greek original by Myron, c. 450 BC. Bonded white carrara marble, black marble base, imported from Italy.

Medium: 7.5"W x 3.5"D x 11.5"H,
TAL7211-189
Diskobolos Discus Thrower

Large: 9"W x 4.5"D x 15"H,
TAL7221-1139
Diskobolos Discus Thrower

Originally created by the Greek artist Myron in bronze c. 450 BC, the Diskobolos (Discus Thrower) survives here as a Roman marble copy. Executed during a period of transition between the Early and High Classical styles, this sculpture's natural anatomy and twisting pose are new conventions. The sculptor Myron followed the classical path towards realism of the anatomy, while avoiding expression of emotion.


hellenistic wrestlers
The Wrestlers
Uffizi Gallery, Florence.
Greek Hellenistic. c. 1st century BC. Bonded white
carrara marble, imported from Italy, black base.

5"W x 2.5"L x 3"H marble base (not pictured):
TAL682S1-164
Wrestlers Olympic Greek / Roman Sculpture
Medium (not pictured):
marble base 8"W x 5"D x 7"L,

TAL682M1-1115
Wrestlers Olympic Greek / Roman Sculpture
Large (pictured):
15"W x 8"D x 14"H,
TAL682L1-1385
Wrestlers Olympic Greek / Roman Sculpture

Bacchino Good Luck
Bacchino Good Luck
The original 16th century Bacchino carving from the Medici court rests in the Fedele’s workshop awaiting it’s final destination in the museum. A life-size copy can be found in Florence's Boboli Gardens, where tourists slap Bacchino’s fat belly. Made from white Carrara bonded marble, imported from Italy, on a black marble base.
6”H x 3”W x 3”L---
47961-147
Bacchino Good Luck Medici Statue
9”H x 5”W x 5”L---4796_91-1112
Bacchino Good Luck Medici Statue

augustus of primaporta roman emperor
Augustus of Primaporta
Vatican Museum, Italy. Full figure scupture of the first Roman emperor, Augustus. This sculpture was found in Primaporta, Italy. Made from bonded white marble, black marble base, metal shaft which he holds, imported from Italy, 16.5"H. TAL10171-1209
Augustus Primaporta Roman Emperor Sculpture

Augustus Primaporta for Garden
Augustus Primaporta for Garden
The First Roman Emperor is ready to guard your GARDEN! Now in the Vatican Museum collection, this full figure sculpture (c. AD 15) of the first Roman emperor, Augustus, was originally found in Primaporta, Italy at Livia’s (his wife) summer home. It is representative of idealized Roman portraiture typically identified with Roman leadership. As Augustus raises his arm and addresses his troops, a small cupid tugs at his leg thereby symbolically aligning him with the Roman gods. Made from interior / exterior resin, white with grey wash, 17.5”W x 10.5”D x 28.5”H. 45961-1339
Augustus Primaporta Roman Emperor Statue for Garden - 29H

Bronzes of Riacci
Bronzes of Riacci
Bronzes of Riacci
Found in an underwater excavation off Riace, Italy, these sculptures were in the ocean for many years as a pair. The originals, were made from lost wax bronze, and are a stellar example of the sophisticated talents of Greek artists from the Early Classical / Transitional Period (ca. 460-450 BCE). Look at their striking contrapposto stance, refined musculature, and stylized locks. Our stunning reproduction celebrates the Greek’s intense study of the human figure! Made from white carrara bonded marble, on a black marble base, imported from Italy, and measures 15”H x 5”W x 4”L.
(LEFT) 47941-1110
Riace Warrior with Helmet Statue on Base (z)
(RIGHT) 48091-1110
Riace Warrior with Headband Statue on Base (z)

St. Sebastian Standing
St. Sebastian Standing
St. Sebastian was a Roman soldier and martyr around the year 284. He lead many people to words of Jesus Christ including the Prefect of Rome. St. Sebastian was pierced with arrows on the command of the emperor for his beliefs and his power to share it with others. Made from white Carrara bonded marble, on a black marble base, imported from Italy, and measures 12”H x 4”L x 4”W. 47861-185
St. Sebastian Standing Tied to Tree with Arrows Statue (z)

hermaphrodite
Hermaphrodite
Hermes and Aphrodite had a son named Hermaphroditus. The Greek nymph, Salmacis, was helplessly in love with the son of the gods. She begged the gods to let her body become one with Hermaphroditus. The request was granted, and together as one, they became Hermaphrodite, who possessed both male and female attributes. To the Greeks this symbolized the physical ideals of both male and female. Hermaphrodite is made from bonded marble and measures 12.5”H x 4”W x 4”L.
45041-185
Hermaphrodite Classical Statue

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