Nagy Perpuéta

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Available online in February, black and white minimalistic nude paintings

Available online in February, black and white minimalistic nude paintings

The West Wind (detail) Thomas Ridgeway Gould, 1874 Memorial Art Gallery in Rochester, NY

The West Wind (detail) Thomas Ridgeway Gould, 1874 Memorial Art Gallery in Rochester, NY

Victoria Alada de Samotracia (190 a.c) - Victoria alada de Samotracia (190 A.C) La Victoria alada de Samotracia, también conocida como Victoria de Samotracia y Niké de Samotracia, es una escultura en bulto redondo perteneciente a la escuela rodia del periodo helenístico. Se encuentra en el Museo del Louvre, París. En griego la estatua se denomina Nike tes Samothrakes (Νίκη της Σαμοθράκης). Tiene una altura de 245 cm y se elaboró en mármol hacia el 190 a. C. Procede del santuario de los...

The Winged Victory of Samothrace ~ The Louvre, Paris, France. She is also named nike. So nike is the god of victory. people thought when they won that is was because of nike. So she was an amazing god in greek.

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Deniz Özlem

Deniz Özlem

Fragment of bronze portrait of Marcus Aurelius, 2nd century AC, Louvre Museum, Paris

thesilenceofthemarble: “Fragment of bronze portrait of Marcus Aurelius, century AC, Louvre Museum, Paris ”

Zentralfriedhof statue in Vienna - It blows my mind that this is a piece of stone and it still looks like a veil covering a face. Many years ago it was something of a test of skill for a sculptor to create a veiled face. This is one of the absolute best.

A pleurant (French) or "weeper" (in English) was a statue that was meant to mourn eternally at the grave of a loved one. Veiled woman, via Flickr. photo by Irene Spadacin taken in Verano Monumental Cemetery, Rome, IT

A pleurant (French) or "weeper" (in English) was a statue that was meant to mourn eternally at the grave of a loved one. Veiled woman photo by Irene Spadacin taken in Verano Monumental Cemetery, Rome, ITALY

触ったら柔らかいんじゃないかと思う

触ったら柔らかいんじゃないかと思う